This bag was a Christmas present for my youngest. He desperately wanted a Nexus tablet which the whole family chipped in for :-) It is knit and then felted, with Totoro's face sewn on. In the pattern, I describe how to adapt the pattern to your specific tablet dimensions based on a felted gauge swatch. You can also use the pattern as a base for whichever personalization, you should like - it doesn't have to be Totoro, it could be cars or Star Wars or whatever your little one or yourself would like :-)
This is just the loveliest hat I've ever made <3 It's made using the beautiful Candle Flame stitch pattern, from the wonderful shawl by the same name by Dean Crane. My mum asked for a warm and slouchy hat for the cold season, and the Candle Flame came to mind - now I simply have to have one for myself :-)
My friends breed endlessly ;-) Which means there's always a new present to knit. This one is a seamless hooded sweater with raglan sleeves and a beautiful braided cable pattern all down the front, from the top of the hood.
This beard is an essential part of a Santa costume Here you see my own Santa, who needs the beard for dressing up on Christmas and handing out all the presents
I made this aran for my nephew for Christmas and finally I have the pattern written down. The size is still only for 18 months, but I'm hoping to adjust it for other sizes some day.
This pattern is for 3 varieties of toy eyes :-) I often make toys for my boys, and I really don't like using plastic eyes for various reasons. That's why I made these eyes, which can be used for most types of toys (or garments). They're also great for replacement eyes, in case toy chewing pets eats the original eyes on teddies ;-)