I gave Chemistry Baby Blocks to my proffessor this morning and he liked them so much. I really hope his wife Anne Marie likes them too and I really hope the baby loves chemistry. I'm sad I didn't get pictures of the process of making them, but I really had no time.
So without further ado here they are:
here they are stacked.
here are the blocks scattered about, so you can see them a little more.
here is my favorite piece of embroidery, the chlorine and gold block.
So as I was seaming these at 3:30am, I told myself that I wouldn't do anything with so much seaming, finishing and so many colors in the near future, but the carosel horse pattern from Interweave is looking mighty fun. I could justify it to myself by telling myself that it would teach me new skills like short rows and felting. Maybe I could be super ambitious and make it a pinto, with intarsia spots. Ummm, or maybe I could keep my sanity. Anyway, I'm so proud of the baby blocks, and I think they turned out really well. That's all for now. Now I have to figure out what to knit next.