These were done a couple days ago…
And these from my just-finished sleeves. (Also, don’t attach arms before main body clothes. Protip.) More to come as we go!
Due to a ‘okay we needed to rethink something’ on the lace scarf I started on my second one. Which is mostly bobbles. Bobbles are fun! I will probably not be doing double-sided bobbles again any time soon unless I can get the same yarn I was using, but: Bobbles! (I’ll need to get a better light for the colors once this is done – they work PERFECTLY together.)
I’m gonna have to learn blocking for this one too, aren’t I.
Remind me: next year, everyone’s getting homemade jewelry. (Which reminds me as well: update in the coming weeks!)
Christmas Scarf Season has begun. (Later than it should have really considering what I committed to, but I said upfront they might not be done in time and everyone was fine with that.)
But it could probably pass for one. Gaze upon its squishy glory.
Yeah he’s getting eyes right now.
Do not ask what Tonberry sports are like. Most of this progress was actually the last two days, after our straight week of rain stopped for a bit and therefore my hands do not actively, currently hate me. He’s not done yet – there’s still sleeves, a hood, and his knife and lantern – but a more time-sensitive project just came up so we’ll see what I finish before starting that.
It’s always nice seeing limbs add up. Even nicer when they’re something difficult I’ve never done before. (And I can definitely tell there will be more feet using that basic shape in the future.) Pattern in question is ArtisticGaming’s Tonberry, from the Final Fantasy series.