Still, it could be worse;
Like everything I loved as a child, Moondreamers was a cartoon that existed to make me want to buy things. It had something to do with space and possibly lessons about "teamwork".
If this picture isn't my actual costume, it's probably pretty close. As you can see in the picture of the character on the tunic's crotch, she didn't actually have the Moondreamers logo or a picture of herself on her crotch in the actual cartoon.
Anyway, it's the Black Kitty Hat pattern, with the same alterations for my enormous brain. I tried to make an opening in the back for my hair, but that didn't work.
This time I used Lion Brand Wool Ease instead of Red Heart, and for some reason I was able to do the connecting chain thing and still pull the mask over my head. I think this yarn has more stretch to it.
Despite the solemn vow I made during my last Catwoman project, I did not actually crochet the eye holes straight onto the mask because that would probably have taken careful planning and spatial reasoning skills. I made a chain and decided that maybe I'd make another chain.
I figured trying to sew things to a mask currently on my face was a bad idea. Especially since if I stabbed myself in the eye with a needle, I would have to explain that it happened while I was trying to sew a Catwoman mask I was wearing. Also, I might get blood on my mask.
You know you've made the right choices in life when you find yourself wearing a crocheted hood with a string pinned to it while crocheting another string from the other side of the yarn.
Eventually I'm going to have to figure out that "MySpace angle" all the kids are using.
If you look closely, you may notice that my mask does not actually hide my identity unless you are unable to recognize facial features or we are in a manga (which I guess is kind of the same thing).
I wasn't happy with the way the eyes turned out on the last mask, so this time I decided to err on the side of too big/completely useless if I try to steal something. I might do something about this, but then again I am incredibly lazy.
I think the most important lesson I've learned is don't sew your ears to your mask without checking how it looks. Because then you will get to know the joy of removing the ears while terrified you will accidentally cut into the base of the mask and have to start all over.
I guess finished pics after the holiday? I feel like you'll all be much more impressed with the finished project if you only think about me staring at you with my dead eyes like the world's least impressive Mexican wrestler.