Can you guess from last week’s Wordless Wednesday post what my most recent knitting project is?
For Christmas I received several skeins of Red Heart Amigurumi yarn. My first knit was this flying bumble bee. I love the idea behind the product. Red Heart created a skein of yarn with all the colors needed to create the amigurumi associated with their free patterns.
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I knitted my first flying pig a little over a year ago (here). When I was asked to knit another one, I was happy to oblige. This little guy knit up quickly using a free pattern by Blue Sky Fibers.
With summer coming to a close, this sea turtle is ready to make a splash in the ocean.
I began with a free pattern written by Rebecca Olsen. The pattern in knitted in pieces and required a bit more seaming than I would have liked. But the end result was an adorable turtle ready to make waves. The pattern can be found on the Knitty website (here).
Meet Alamo the Armadillo. My daughter named this guy Alamo, and since the armadillo is the state animal of Texas, it seemed fitting.
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Just in time for Easter, this little bunny has hopped off my knitting needles. Continue reading “A Bunny in my garden” →