Yes. All feltable Noro Kureyon yarn has been knitted and felted leaving me with *sniff* only acrylic!!
Here is what I did with the last of it – a total of 6 egg (accessorized) men. I am most pleased with my riveted horned viking helmet and jeweled crown knitted in copper wire. And the robber’s mask – that didn’t turn out too badly either. However this mask was taken from the fabulous crocheted ninja egg cosy here – some people make such wonderful things.
While on an eggy theme, I chanced across this story on West Australians winning an international prize for unboiling eggs. Hmmm, apparently it does have benefits for the sciencey community. Not sure for every day living though …
Finally, there is no reason to ever stop knitting – ever! I posted on yarn bombing a while back now, and recently came across this great guerilla knitter story. And it keeps you young – who’d believe this lady is 104 years old?? And make a statement installation in your local street while you’re doing it. Here’s proof.
So, dearest viewers, keep those needles clacking – you’ll not only be looking super cool, but young as well!!
With fond regards,