I made some ultra cute stuff this week. Seriously…you’re going to die.
I won’t even bother with a bunch of pre amble. Words can’t.
Here’s the knitted one:
This is Pug With Anorak by Barbara Prime from her book, Fuzzy Knits. Bursting at the seams with so much adorable, it should be illegal. I even managed to accidentally make articulated arms and legs. That’s why he poses like a supermodel.
I took him to work last week to show my students and couldn’t let him out of my sight. Peoples were agog. They either wanted to steal him or buy him. I respectfully declined both options.
I will be sending him to a new home soon, but he has many friends in that amazing book, so some of them may end up adopted by moi, myself, and I. And, of course, I see many a sweet toy in my grandbaby’s futures. They are most worthy.
Now, this is the not-knitted one:
I bought this fluffy little needle felted hedgehog Dimensions kit on Amazon. There is something so very satisfying about the speed and repeated stabbing involved in needle felting. Inevitable finger punctures aside, I really dig manipulating raw wool roving into cool things. About a million years ago (okay, three or fourish), I made these little otter buddies:
I get happy just looking at them hugging their orangey starfish. don’t you? Next time you need a quick fix of adorable, try needle felting. It’s da bomb.
All other WIP projects played hookey while I was in critter creation mode this week, so this is the end of my report.
I hope you had a great week too, and your shopping and/or holiday knitting is getting done without <too> much stress and angst.
THAT day is coming closer…and closer…and closer…