Thank you all for the comments on Friday’s tiny turtle post! I had no idea that turtles came out of their shells to play so many games and sports.
Our winner suggested that the turtle in question most loves playing a classic game of skill and concentration…
Tiny’s favorite game is Jenga. Slow and steady is definitely the key to winning, but if he happens to fail he is protected from the avalanche of blocks by his handsome shell!
That comment comes from Debbie!
As you can see, I thought it would be fun to have a demonstration of Tiny Turtle’s skill, but all we had in the apartment were knitting needles. It turns out they make a lousy substitution for Jenga blocks!
For her winning comment, Debbie gets the new Tiny People pattern collection!
Thanks everyone for participating! If you’re interested in knitting a tiny turtle of your own, I hope to make the pattern available in the future.
8 thoughts on “Tiny Turtle Stacks ’em High”
hello, your tutorials are awesome!!! especially love your dpn’s one:). i use all of them!!!
by all of them i mean your tutorials
I never have tried Jenga with dpns, but given the immediate mess when I took a whack of dpns out of the jar over the weekend, I’m not surprised that they don’t work so well for the game!
Awwwww… that’s cute!
Oh how soon can we get the turtle pattern?
Dude, that’s totally pickup sticks. The game with the colorful sticks and you have to pull them out without disturbing the others. It’s like Jenga but with sticks.
That turtle is super cute though.
That is really cute! Great job, Debbie!
Well, I don’t know if tiny turtle is any good at Jenga, but he has clearly mastered jackstraws. He has a unique style all his own.
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