I made a red-eyed tree frog. I’ve been mulling over this one for a while and I finally decided to work through it and do it. I am getting a tattoo this weekend that will be both frog and crochet related and I was looking at pictures of tree frogs for inspiration and I was all, “I can do this. I can totally do this. I LOVE FROGS.” So I made one.
That one, in fact. And I love him. I made him for “me,” but of course he’s already been “borrowed” by someone. Because of course he has.
I started him not knowing what I was going to do with the feet. He was big enough that I wanted to do toes, but I didn’t exactly know how to do them. And then I got there and made the main part of the foot and then I was all, “Hey, maybe that’ll work!” Which happens frequently, actually. A lot of the time when I make a pattern I have the basic shape already worked out in my head, including the stitch patterns that will get me that shape, and then it’s just a matter of writing it out and adjusting as I need to. Sometimes… Not so much.
AND… Thank you to you lovely people who entered my giveaway! Our winner is…
Whiskey!! I’ll be in touch with you about your shramps.