Wednesday, August 08, 2007

TT #13 - Things that I would like to knit

  1. Mr. Stegs by Xtreme-Knitting - a blue one for Dova is currently in progress.

  2. Lotus Blossom Tank by Interweave Knits. This pattern is now available for free if you subscribe to their newsletter, which I gladly did! Looks way too hard for me, but maybe someday.

  3. Caterpillar by Kimberly Chapman.

  4. Hearts from Mochimochi Blog. Possibly an alternate to the many mittens I'm making for the holidays.

  5. Alligator scarf from Morehouse Farm.

  6. Bear for Mother Bear Project (and a couple of bears for the kids too). I first heard of this wonderful charity project on Knitty Gritty.

  7. Hearts and strips socks by Minna. These are so adorable! I would probably want to put them on display and not let Dova wear them.

  8. Strawberry hat by The Golden Fleece. Dova refuses to wear hats, but I can't resist making one of these.

  9. Flower Top Chemo Cap from Head Huggers. Another knitting for charity project.

  10. Nautie from These are simply awesome!

  11. Pumpkin from I've never even come close to felting, but this looks SOOO cool!

  12. Sueet Suede from I actually bought Lion Chenille for this pattern, but have been using the yarn on my mittens. I should still have plenty left for this.

  13. Knitted Kitty by angry t-rex roars
Notice there are lots of stuffed toys as opposed to clothing! In reality, I don't much like sweaters, hats or scarves and neither does my family, so stuffed toys and knitting for charity is how I get my knitting fix.


Anonymous said...

I don't know how to knit, but those are so cute!

Anonymous said...

I think that is so creative! I wish I know how to knit.

Anonymous said...

If I weren't already spending all my time blogging, I'd learn to knit just to make that adorable stegosaurus...and THE KITTEH!!! Yep, the kitty is definitely my favorite.

Anonymous said...

I love those pink socks! It would match almost everything in my daughter's closet!

Lori said...

How cute:) You have to be talented and patient for those types of crafts...which I am not;) Happy TT.

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

knitting? maybe in my next life. i even had problems with those hook-a-rug kits!

J. Lynne said...

I totally want that alligator scarf! And I wonder how long it would take my Pug to destroy that caterpillar toy.

I'm bookmarking this TT so I can come back after I've finished my baby socks. Great links!

Anonymous said...

I can't knit at all, so you're well ahead of me. ;)

Thanks for visiting my TT :)