If you’ve noticed a theme to this week of caption contests, you might have guessed that a tiny owl, a tiny fox, and a tiny hedgehog could use a tiny tree for a friend. You would be right!
Hurry up and give us your best tiny tree caption, because we’ll announce all of the caption contest winners later this afternoon, in conjunction with the release of the Tiny Woodland pattern collection. Keep it to one caption per person in the comments, please, then check back later for the winners and the patterns!
It’s day three of our week of caption contests, and that means we’re just one day away from new tiny patterns!
Today this tiny hedgehog needs a caption, one that sums up what it means to be a tiny hedgehog in a way that is both adorable and profound. Or you can win us over with anything that rhymes with “hedgehog.”
As always, please keep your captions to one per person per post.
The new tiny pattern collection is now just two days away! Thank you for all the tiny owl captions yesterday—we got so many more than I had expected.
Today I challenge you to caption the next creature in the collection, a tiny fox! Like with yesterday’s caption, John and I will choose a winner on Thursday, and that person will receive a free copy of the new patterns. (And again, please keep your captions to one per person per post.)
School’s back in, the air is getting crisp, and new seasonally-appropriate tiny patterns are coming this week!
We’re also long overdue for a caption contest, so let’s fix that right now: Caption this tiny owl with your cutest owl pun, and the winner (to be announced Thursday) will receive the new pattern collection. We’ll have a new caption contest going every day this week, so be sure to check back for more chances to win! (Please keep your captions to one per person per post.)
I woke up this morning feeling the need to knit a tiny steak, so that’s what happened.
This guy was inspired by “The Ballad of Mr. Steak,” an infectious song by Kishi Bashi that I’ve decided is my official summer jam of 2014.
Now my little steak just needs arms and legs so he can dance California Raisins style!