Wednesday, June 24, 2009

WIP Wednesday: Mini Yum Yums

For the latest installment in my never ending project may I present...

a pear fit for a fairy. That's all I can think of when I knit these tiny things. K is in love with them. I think once this is all said and done I will have to knit extras for her Ostheimer animals to have in her farm.

6 days left to finish up the pattern details and photos. I don't know how, but I have somehow managed to forget how to use my tripod for self portraits. I guess it's been at least 5 years since I've done a self portrait. I don't know of anyone near me who knows how to work my camera to take the pics for me. I pretty much have about 1 hour each day to figure this out (while C is napping and I have good lighting). I guess we'll see what I come up with. Anyone have any good reminders or pointers they want to share with me? Help jog my memory,please!

I have to say, when I am knitting I become ecstatic, almost giddy like. Knitting is definitely my much needed release from such crazy, hectic days. My dogs are usually the only ones that witness my silliness while I knit,(which is probably a good thing).

Paw Paw

As you can see they think I am crazy.

I hope you are all having fun on whatever you may have in progress!



Joy said...

That is absolutely adorable! I really can't wait to see all these patterns. :) I posted my own WIP Wednesday today. I'm starting to feel the way you do about knitting. It's a great release for me to just sit and knit while listening to relaxing music after the kids are in bed.

waldorfmama said...

oh, how adorable! i can't wait to see the finished project, either. :) and i wish i had a tripod for my camera - all i have is a little remote. :)

Traumkraut said...

Hello there! I got this blog address from the waldorf play flickr group. And I love it here! I will be visiting you more often in the future.

I also have a blog... and I am thinking about writing it in German and English... just to improve my English... because there are a lot of wonderful waldorf inspired blogs out there - in english :-) And I would love to share my thoughts and pictures with you.


marissa said...

that pear is so precious

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! So cute and tiny (why is tiny so adorable?).
And your dog is just so beautiful! I so long for a large garden so we could have a big pup!

Still Life in South America said...

Love the little fruit. I think all of your creations are infused with fairy magic.

Paw Paw is gorgeous!

Leslie said...

Will you be selling the patterns for these knits or posting tutorials for them?? I would love to make some. I get giddy anytime I can start something new on my needles!!!

Frontier Dreams (Nicole) said...

thank you everyone! i am so sorry i never responded *insert bag over head*

leslie - hte pattern for these will *hopefully * be in this winter's issue of a wonderful magazine. *fingers crossed* i will keep you updated. if it doesn't make it i will be posting a tutorial of the whole set ;)

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