The ninth tiny thing is a Tiny Old Potato.
Everybody forgot about him, and now he’s been sitting in the pantry for the better part of a year. Hooray for not being boiled, smashed or fried and eaten!
The eighth tiny thing is a Tiny Hot Air Balloon.
They will sail around the world in 80 days! Or maybe to CVS and back in 20 minutes! (The basket is almost out of sunblock.)
I mentioned this in the comments yesterday, but I thought I’d say again that it’s been great getting all your positive comments on the tiny things! I’m very happy to hear that there is interest in patterns. I haven’t yet planned any patterns for the tiny things (I have a lot of others that I’m working on right now)—for now I’m just concentrating on many as many little things as I can come up with. If I do decide to do any patterns, I’ll let you all know asap!
The seventh tiny thing is a Tiny Lion.
He thinks he’s super ferocious, but he’s almost too small to be a cat toy!
The sixth tiny thing is a Tiny Bully.
He doesn’t have much choice but to pick on things his own size, so he’s been trying to steal the other tiny things’ lunch money. Unfortunately, tiny knitted objects tend to be the brown bagging type, and our Bully is allergic to peanut butter.
The fifth tiny thing is a Tiny Fried Egg.
He’s pretty sure he liked being a raw egg better.
So far it seems that this series could be called “Tiny things that hate themselves.”