My tiny teddy; handsewn and 6.5″ tall:
This is my knitted poncho; I fell in love with the colour and had to show it off in the store. Super easy pattern; a rectangle with a large single cable. One end is stitched to the top of one side, then I crocheted around the neck to make holes for the crocheted drawstring. Front is pointy; back is rounded.
Best for last! This crocheted shawl is my own design. It has occasional rows of spaced holes (see close-up), a knotted fringe (last photo) and is built up a bit on the sides as I wanted it wider and not so pointy. It’s over six feet wide and if I roll it a bit at the neck, the tips of the bottom fringe touches my ankles. It’s unidentified fibres, is soft and snuggly. If I’m chilly, I sometimes fold it and use it as a lap robe.