Friday, January 18, 2013

FO Friday

I have a few things to share today! It's been a while since I've done a Finished Objects Friday post, so I'm pretty excited!

The first thing I finished is a panda for a girl that I work with!

Lala the Panda
I also finally assembled my Granny Square Cowl from the freshstitches Cowl Swap (which I mentioned in this post).

Granny Square Cowl
Then I made a penguin for my friend's nephew.

Howie the Penguin
Then my boss asked if I would make her a Nelson the Owl. Since I had never used this pattern before, I wanted to do a test run. So here is my first owl.

Nelson the Owl
My boss wanted one just like Adriana's, so here's what I came up with!

Nelson the Owl #2
Then yesterday, I whipped up this little slug for the freshstitches Slug-A-Long! I'm sure I'll make a couple more before the end of the CAL. He's just so cute!

Hannah the Slug
Then last night, I made this project bag! I followed this tutorial that I found on Pinterest. I made one for a friend too, but I don't have pictures of that one. I just love the way it turned out!

I'm linking up with Tami for FO Friday. Check out her page for more finished projects! What did you finish this week?



  1. okay, everything in this post just keeps getting cuter as i scroll down!! every photo, i think "well that's the cutest thing i've ever seen!"

    i didn't think you could top the owls, but then i saw the slug!
    you are so amazingly talented!!

    1. Melissa, your comments are the sweetest! They always make me smile. :) Thank you!

  2. You have been very busy! Your amigurumi are terrific, so full of life. If there's one thing about crochet, it's awesome how you can end anywhere and pick up anywhere without losing sts. I especially love your project bag. I wish I knew how to sew.

    1. Thank you so much! I love that about crochet too. With knitting, you have to be careful so that you won't lose stitches...

      This bag was actually really easy! And the tutorial is easy to understand. It might be a good project to learn to sew!