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Tag Archives: toy
In an attempt to reduce my yarn stash, I have been knitting a few toys. These toys will then be donated to one of the organizations that I make goodies for. My latest project was a giant octopus.
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 … Continue reading
With Covid-19 going on, it does not look like there will be any trips to the beaches of Florida anytime soon. So instead, I thought I would bring a piece of the beach to me. So sitting on the bookcase … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Just in time for Easter, this little bunny has hopped off my knitting needles.
During the month of February I am focusing on the Freedom Seekers Merit Badge since it is Black History Month. Requirement #12 of Freedom Seekers has the girls make a corn husk doll and write a story about their doll. … Continue reading
I am absolutely infatuated with these curly snakes. But please do not tell my husband – he HATES snakes.
Today’s knitting project is darling little doggie. While he is not for sale, if he was sitting in the store window, he would not last long. Everyone would want to take him home!
When searching for patterns I stumbled upon this adorable alien. Who could not love this little guy. I knew he was a must knit.