Okay so this post is about two months late but I’m finally getting around to posting it so you all can see: I finished making Companion Cube! Completely custom hand made, no pattern, many mistakes, but lots and lots of TLC. This beauty is for my bestest friend to be her companion while I am in Japan. It was largely knit in many stages though the hearts and circles are crocheted. I learned how to crochet doing this project. And it is stuffed with poly-fill so it’s super huggable but maintains it’s shape. Because I didn’t have a pattern it took me over a year to make and I experimented a lot as I was going along. There are definitely things I would do differently, as I learned along the way, but it is one of a kind. Please tell me your thoughts. Thank you :)
Knit one row a day for a year, matching the yarn color to the color of the sky that day.
MOTHERFUCK THAT’S COOL
dude I’m irish I could just buy a grey scarf
I STILL REALLY WANT TO DO THIS except make a blanket instead of a scarf.
Someone throw money at me so I can buy yarn.
I see this all the time and every time I see it, I think “Am I the only one that thinks this would be a really short scarf?” If I were to ever do a project like this (and let’s be honest, I might start but I’ll forget about it three days in), I would probably knit the scarf length-wise over a span of a season (probably fall) and focus on sunsets so I get some good reds and oranges in there.