Thursday, February 17, 2011


Teeny tiny paintbrush I made from fimo.  Check.

Teeny tiny "bamboo" knitting needles.  Check.  And the finished project.... Ta Da!  A tiny pin to wear.

Now tell me, be honest, would you have known the sticks are supposed to be knitting needles without me telling you?  I hope so, but sometimes my ideas don't translate from my head to reality as smoothly as I'd like.  The fimo miniatures are my idea and creation but rest of this project is adapted from a necklace I saw in Art Quilting Studio magazine.


The Muse of The Day said...

I can't keep up with you, you are on fire. I wouldn't have believed how small these creations were had you not included the dime for reference. I do see that they are knitting needles; perhaps it would be more obvious if the they were put in a pin that had something to do with knitting. i.e. a little yarn ball, or a teeny weeny sweater - you would have to knit that with sewing needles to get the scale right. I once saw work by a woman who did this - if I find it, I will send you the link. Carolina

The Muse of The Day said...

check her out

kathyjo51 said...

I just don't know how you can work with such teeny tiny stuff. Great job.