I’m excited to be working on a piece for an upcoming sea-themed show curated by Kristen Rask of Schmancy.
My dad used to have a sailboat, which he particularly liked to take out on gusty days. The whole rocking ordeal terrified me for the most part, so to this day I don’t feel a strong calling to jump on a boat. But I do love the romantic, summery image—especially on this snowy day in NY!
10 thoughts on “Knitted Waves”
So cute, I still want to make a tiny sailboat.
Thanks! The pattern will probably be popping up around here sometime.
i think you need to knit a tiny whale to go with your tiny sailboat on the tiny waves…a white one, moby-dick style! =]
Yeah- a whale, or even a few fishes jumping out!
or or or a sunset in the background!
You really need to check out nudibranches then… they are fun colors and shapes.
cute… at my art class we were sketching boats!
I really want a boat like that!
Very cute! And the great thing about this duo is they won’t make me seasick. Would it be possible to knit a tiny spinning wheel? I wonder…
I wish I’d thought of that…
I want one.
And a real one. (full size)
We always thought you were squealing with glee on that Catalina. Oh sadness. Glad knitting therapy is making breakthroughs.
Love it! I am with the people who suggested a whale, but now that I think about it, I think a dolphin (or two) would be cute, too.
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