This is "before" I push the cervix into the uterus. Once I push the cervix into the uterus it really gave stability to the whole knit.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
This is a close-up of the uterus in process...if you look in the middle you can see where the "cervix" is. I think it looks like a really nice picture with the contrast of the triangle needles and the circular cervix!
The title says it all: my unstuffed uterus! Seriously, I had a TON of fun talking about my uterus...."Hey, can you hand me my uterus?" "Is my uterus in the kitchen?" "I just put my uterus down for a minute..." HAHA!! I know...I am easily amused!
Ha! I love this pic! The bunny is Max-a bunny I made for my sister last year for Easter (boyfriend of Ruby...check past posts!) and in his lap: a uterus! I am making uteri as a form of protest against the government trying to ban birth control in the U.S. Forgive me if you feel as if I am preaching...I will not turn this blog into a platform for my political beliefs so I will stop here. I did want to post pics of the uteri because I liked how they turned out! (Plus HOW CUTE DOES MAX LOOK WITH IT IN HIS LAP????)
I call this a drabbit! On the outside....a bunny! On the inside...a duck! Or a DRABBIT! I made this for my niece, Cheze. She is a Marine stationed in Ca and she recently came home for a visit. Unfortunately she had to leave BEFORE Easter so my sister (her mom) and I made her an Easter basket before she left: I HAD to include a hand-knit item because she loves them!
This octopus was made using the pattern from Amy Gaines' Little Knitted Creatures...it has long been my wish to knit every pattern from the book! I am now one step closer! (I know he has no eyes and he is purple in the book but I still think he is pretty cute!)