Joining Ginny at Small Things again this week.
I don't have anything *on* the needles photographed right now. I just finished weaving in the ends of this:
It's about half of a wolverine mask (like this). I have less than no idea of how I'll be adding the black "ears" but I imagine I'll think of something (I hope!). On the reading front, I'm in the middle of The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner. No picture of the book, I'm simply too lazy.
Here are some things I've finished recently.
Another ninja. This one with a slightly larger head. Neither one looks right, but I like this one better. You may be seeing him in a giveaway on one of my favorite blogs soon - I'll post about it when/if it happens.
Another hare from the Wee Woodland Wuzzies pattern. I adore these toys made out of organic cotton. No safety eyes for this one as it's a surprise gift for a wee one.
A horse! Even though it looks sort of like a giraffe with a mohawk. I need to show it to the intended's mother before I call it a swap. I can't get over how "special" it is. The consolation is that if she doesn't like it, the Beast probably will (poor kid, he gets my reject toys).
What will I start next? A fairy doll, I think. Or maybe I'll pull out my sweater to work on it. Either way, I have laundry detergent to make before I can indulge in some craftiness!
Oh! How could I forget this? It's a skein of yarn I dyed. It started out as a hank of Top of the Lamb by Brown Sheep in a light grey color. I over dyed it with blues and greens. It's a bit jewel-toned now and slightly more green than I had in mind (the colors in the picture and less than accurate).