I’ve been seeing some impressive tiny mochi projects on Ravelry lately—they make my day every time! It also bodes well for our upcoming annual photo and video contest. I’ll be announcing that here soon, but you can already start submitting your photos by adding them to our Flickr group. (And check out last year’s contest details for more information.)
I don’t want to ruin all the fun by sharing too much before the contest even starts, but I simply must highlight this giant assortment of tinys made by epic knitter Sheila.
The smaller box that you see was made for Sheila by some of her friends, then true to form, Sheila blew up the idea to heroic proportions. Truly there is no end to her creative energy. (Be sure to check out her hexiscenes too!)
By the way, I’m still working on choosing the prizes for this year’s photo contest. If you have any ideas for what you’d like them to be, let me know!
3 thoughts on “Sheila’s HUGE Tiny Mochi Assortment”
That is incredible!! I love her hexiscenes so much but this just blew me away. So much knitting! And talent!
Wow, Ravelry is such a source of inspiration! Thanks for sharing, Anna. There seems to be no end to Sheila’s creativity. For the contest, I think including Tiny Kits (winner’s choice) would be a great prize :)
I think I’m stopping at the store for a Whitman’s Sampler since I cannot knit but love chocolate. Very well done!
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