Saturday’s tiny pumpkin knitting class at the Harold Washington Library was lots of fun, with a great group of knitters. And after just two hours we ended up with this adorable harvest!
When I posted this photo on Facebook, my favorite comment was from Cindy here.
Hence the title of this blog post.
This was actually my last scheduled event for 2015, and with the baby due at the end of the year, I have NOTHING yet scheduled for 2016. It’s a strange feeling, but maybe a little nice to think about a break (I have plenty of work to do behind the scenes of course, too), and I’m sure I’ll be back out in the world before too terribly long.
Back on the subject of tiny pumpkins, Halloween is just a few days away now, isn’t it?! It’s definitely not too late for spooky little knits, so here’s a handy list of links to Halloween mochi patterns:
Candy Corn (free!)
Tiny Terrors (vampire, werewolf, mad scientist, and two-headed dude)
Boo the Bat
Also, this morning I had the nice surprise of finding my tiny terrors at the top of this BuzzFeed roundup of spooky knitting patterns by Claire de Louraille.
The list includes quite a few adorable things I hadn’t seen before (like those cool ghost hats!), so check it out for more ideas and patterns!
2 thoughts on “Pumpkin Butts”
Your class at the library was a lot of fun~ Thanks for your hard work! ♥
You gotta be kidin me! SO CUTE!!!!!
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