Mochimochi Land News
It’s mid November—time to move on from talk of walls (at least for now) and start building bridges made of butter and carbs. Thanksgiving is coming!
In Mochimochi Land, we’re giving thanks for the little things with some sweet and savory new projects that you can make much more quickly than an actual Thanksgiving dinner. Knit a tiny turkey, tofurkey (or fruitcake, if you prefer), mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie for a miniature centerpiece that will delight your cool cousin Rita and confound Uncle Ernesto.
The pattern collection is available as a PDF download for $6 from the Mochimochi Shop. And take half off with the code THANKS through 11/27!
Let me also take this opportunity to thank all of you who have been a part of Mochimochi Land this year with your knitting, your commenting, your sharing, your purchases, and your crazy mods. It’s a privilege to share this world of knitting with you! And if you’re new to Mochimochi Land, welcome!
The big Mochimochi Land summer sale is back!
Refresh your knitting with 20% off of EVERYTHING in the shop through September 5th. EVERYTHING includes all PDF patterns, books, kits, needles, and more adorable things that help you make happy!
To take advantage of the discount, use the code SUMMERSQUEE when checking out.
Please note, this sale does not apply to patterns purchased from the Mochimochi Land Ravelry store, but we’re happy to add patterns purchased via Mochimochiland.com to your Ravelry library upon request.
And they would like to entertain you!
Through July 31st, get $2 off the Tiny People 3 pattern collection with the code GRANNYGANG.
The patterns aren’t available on Ravelry yet, but if you would like them added to your library when they are (sometime next month), just send me a quick email with your Ravelry name at time of purchase.
Maybe you have already figured out who Jumbo Gnome’s big new friends are…
Now Jumbo Gnome finally has someone to play hide-and-seek with and maybe win.
As much as I love knitting teeny-tiny things, sometimes you just have to go big! Like with Jumbo Gnome, I knitted these guys using Knit Picks Biggo yarn, which is lovely and fluffy and oh-so huggable. Bulky yarn also means that they knit up quickly, and you can make them way smaller (if you are so inclined) just by using fingering-weight yarn and size 1 needles.
The three mushrooms are made separately, so that means there are endless ways to combine them as you like. And the pattern also includes instructions for spots!
Even Mochimochi Land’s tiniest inhabitants can enjoy these big plushy mushrooms.