I’ve got blog posts, oh have I got blog posts, all stored away in my head, photos hanging out in my email in-box. And here is one for you now!
Dissected wool frogs!
Long ago, way back in June 2010, my husband showed me a fun post on Web Urbanist with items they deemed to be “Knitty Gritty,” items outside of the traditional purview of knitting. I absolutely loved Crafty Hedgehog’s Knitting in Biology 101. As you might be able to tell from my little knitted animals, I love any pattern that shoots for realistic knitting. My mom, who has friends in every walk of life imaginable, has two lovely lady scientist friends who were both well deserving of knitted dissected frogs. I actually finished both frogs around Thanksgiving, and used that trip home to deliver them. We ordered real dissection trays from a science supply company. I’m very pleased with the results!
Currently working with three types of needles of various sizes to create all manner of soft objects
a stitch in time
knit it or forget it.