FO: iTARDIS

See, thing is, ich bin ein Nerdlinger. Having recently finished the latest episodes of the current series of Doctor Who, I was bereft of an object of focus for my newfound love of Time Lords. There was a discussion of Doctor Who-themed needlecraft projects afoot in another corner of the internet, but I just couldn’t seem to find anything that I wanted to make.

But ho! Ravelry showed me the light of this TARDIS iPod cosy! Not only did I have an iPod that craved the warm, cushiony embrace of wool, but I also had a good deal of TARDIS-y blue, dangerously soft (think about it) leftover yarn. Life was a pretty sweet fruit.


Pattern: iTARDIS
Yarn: mostly leftover blue Cascade Dolce, scraps of black Caron Simply Soft and cream wool from a frogged sweater
Needles: size 1 DPNs
Modifications: different yarn, no embroidery as yet. I can’t figure out a way to make it look not-messy, so I doubt this will ever be graced with the words “Police Box.”
Ravelled: here

FO: Star-Nosed Mole

This little champion was pretty easy, all things considered. I think it was my first knitted toy, or first knitted thing-without-some-perceived-utility. I think the little dude turned out pretty well, considering. When he was finished, I winged him overseas to sniff out new surroundings (he had gotten sick of nosing around my basil seedlings). Also, I considered this picture terrifying/adorable enough to make a header out of. Everybody wins!

Pattern: Cris
Yarn: mostly Jo-Ann Sensations Angel Hair, some leftover alpaca yarn from the NH Lancaster Fair
Needles: size 5 DPNs
Modifications: I used smaller needles and less wooly yarn and didn’t felt it (I’ll be damned if I have to pay/wait for and extra load at the laundromat).
Ravelled: here.

Smello Smorld

My last craftblog died a slow and painful death. With any luck, this new, fancy jam will encourage me to shoot info-pearls from my inter-snout with some semblance of regularity. Allez bloggage!