Don't worry! If you've checked Ravelry or Flickr, I've been in the exact opposite situation. I think.
I've been being kinda productive (or at least tried to be) for the past few weeks, not only because I had nothing else to do, but also because a lot of my projects I completed were some that I wanted to work on for ages.
I wanted to check some of my projects off the list, you know? :)
Now we shall roll the pictures. There will be a lot. Just a heads-up.
I made him from the book Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi by Anna Hrachovec.
Today I'll show you guys the tiny and amazing toys first. Consider the picture above to be a preview. :)
Over two years ago, I made a monkey from the same pattern in what I think is worsted weight yarn. It was the second mochi I ever made (the first one was a purple elephant I gave to my friend), and the first mochi I ever kept.
It turned out a lot bigger than the one I just made a couple days ago, and I didn't realize how much the size yarn can affect an object's size as much as now.
The one I made a few days ago, I felt, was a lot easier to complete. I think it was because I got used to the magical world of Mochimochi, and I used fingering-weight yarn (Knit Picks Palette), which suites the size 0 needles I used for both Tiny Monkeys.
I used this simple and amazing pattern from here.
I'm thinking of writing this out and making it a free crochet pattern. Hmm...I guess we shall see. If I write it out, I'll make updates about it, so you could take a peek into the process. It'll be kinda what I did with the Strawberry Elves.
What do you guys think?