Category Archives: Small Projects
Finally! They is done. 24 tiny sweaters, ready for gifting, each unique. Okay, mostly unique. And here they are: The tiny sweaters fit quite nicely on obnoxiously pink Barbie doll hangers, although they may require painting. The hangers, not the sweaters. … Continue reading
Tiny sweaters are getting boring. Time to move onto tiny socks, but a new beehive needs watching. Providing the beehive with a convenient bee watching stump allows socks to be knitted and bees to be watched simultanously. Also, since the … Continue reading
Yay! Almost half done. Only 15 more to go. Twelve tiny sweaters using the same pattern is starting to bore, so they must become more ornate. Fortunately, cables exist. Sweater 25 is probably going to be quite silly. Also, the … Continue reading
Snowed in. It’s the fourth day. But there is plenty of birdseed and yarn, the power hasn’t gone out, and a request has been issued for an advent calendar of tiny sweaters. Lotta good things about making a buncha tiny sweaters. … Continue reading
2016 almost over. Still time to finish a damn WIP or two. Got the rocket stocking done a week earlier. Even had time to add a bit of electronics to light up the sky. End count is 12 WIPS at … Continue reading
Two winter trees now done! The upper was produced from the original design. It uses a single strand of floss for the outlining, is more complicated in its design, and uses muted browns for the trunk. There are some complicated roots … Continue reading
Posting from a cell phone in Reykjavik is tricky, but here goes. Getting there. Needs work. Not enough snow. But that’s fine, got four more months to work on it. Back to vacation.