That’s right, the Prince of All Cosmos is finally finished!
And he’s already off to his new home in Virginia! Hopefully he’ll have a safe journey, and not roll up too many other packages on his way there… 😉 His Ravelry project page is here, for those of you curious for more details and an extra picture.
Making so many plushies in such a short timespan has left me a bit drained! I’ve been trying to relax by learning about Tunisian crochet. I’m making a bunch of squares showcasing the different stitches, and I’m planning to knit them together to make a blanket for my couch. I’d love to order the interchangeable crochet hook kit from Denise Interchangeable Needles but I can’t really spend superfluous money right now. Oh well, maybe my parents will get it for me as a birthday present eventually? 🙂
I haven’t forgotten my commission work. On Monday I finished up all the knitting for the Prince of All Cosmos plushie I’ve been working on for two weeks. All he needs now is a face! I need to get to the craft store and buy myself some felt so I can ship this guy out. He’s a whopping 22 inches tall, from the top of his antenna to the bottom of his feet.
I will post another picture when he finally gets his face. Then, he’ll look perfect. (Or so I hope!)
Thank you to everyone who came to watch Speed Demos Archive‘s Japan Relief Done Quick and raised money for Doctors Without Borders! At the end of the marathon, we raised $22,718.92! That’s certainly a lot of money to help all those in Japan needing medical help after the horrible earthquakes and tsunami. We couldn’t have done it without all of you.
My plushies seemed to be a hit, and I couldn’t be more pleased. It makes me feel wonderful to give my time as well as my money to a great cause. The final two plushies I made were a Metroid (see above; Ravelry page here) and a surprise, last-minute Ocarina of Time (Ravelry page here).
More plushies, hats, and other goods are always on the way.
That’s right, not only did I finish the Luma for SDA’s Japan Relief Done Quick today, I also made Plasma Kirby, based on the way he looks in Kirby Super Star!
His Ravelry project page is here! Please watch JRDQ and donate to Doctors Without Borders, for a chance to win him during 0xwas’s run of Kirby Super Star tomorrow around 2 pm EDT (GMT-4)!
I’m knitting things like crazy, to give away as donation incentives during Speed Demos Archive’s Japan Relief Done Quick! You can watch it now, and help raise money for Doctors Without Borders. One of my plushies has already been given away, and there are 9 more waiting to be given out!
A Red Moo, from Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil! (Ravelry page here.) And…
A yellow Luma, from Super Mario Galaxy! (Ravelry page here.)
Please come visit SDA and help us raise money for Japan!