The slimy epic is coming soon.
Oh my! So cute! And I wish you had the pattern for sale ;) I have to knit a slug for my DH’s Uncle for Christmas. I’m trying to make one work, but it’s not anywhere resembling a slug :P
omigod! my sister is going to die from delight when she sees these! :D
I love snails! I used to have pet snails! Oh, I love them so much. i love everything you make, though. This is not surprising.
this is soooooooo cool! love it so much!
Jack’s going to have me making armies of both!lol ;o)
OK Now I am going to fall into yet another dark fiber hole filled with weird carrots, teeth and slugs! Love them!
I’m all squidgey just looking at them! Can’t wait for the pattern!
Awesome! This is the cutest and most intricate knitted animal :P
I love that snail shell. Completely adorable.
Cute! Cute! Cute! Looking forward to seeing what becomes of them. :)
These are adorable!
Maybe put them upside down on a plate with a nice garlic butter sauce….
Anna, these gave me an idea for a pattern for you . . . I really like your patterns where two things are linked into one (like the snake and mouse, and the uh-ohs). How about a knitted hermit crab with interchangeable shells? Knitters could use whatever yarns they wanted for the shells, and make a bunch, similar to how people who own hermit crabs keep a lot of shells on hand. This probably sounds a little goofy when typed out, but might be very cute! :) (And I don’t even have hermit crabs! ;))
Great idea, Melissa! It’s actually not far from what I was thinking for the snails and slugs, which will be a free pattern sometime soon. The possibilities in snail shell colors are endless, and a snail without a shell is a cute little slug!
Unfortunately, hermit crabs aren’t so cute to me. The first time I met one, it gave me a LONG, HARD pinch….
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