The South Park kids (set #1 of four) are done!
They are about 4 1/2 inches tall, the ones with pompoms on their hats a little close to 5 inches. Despite stuffing beans in the bottom, they are too top-heavy to stand up alone, but really, what do you expect when your head is 3 times the size of your body?
I hated buying the pattern for those guys at first, but it looks like I'm getting my money's worth out of it.
My list over there ----> is getting pretty long, but I don't feel overwhelmed. I'm pretty excited about all of it, really. I got the yarn to start on Hobbes today and I'm itching to start it. But I need to work Mr. Hankey out first and I've gotten a really good start on him. He's going with the guys and Michael Myers to Bill's aunt. I see more of him in my future if I can find the time. And Towelie. I had never heard of Towelie before tonight, but one of my friends who wanted a set asked if I could make a Towelie as well. I went to the South Park website and let's just say I got a good education on what I've missed since I haven't seen the show in years. Wow.
So, anyway.... I would have finished the guys up earlier this week, but I kind of took Wednesday and Thursday nights off. This afternoon, I picked up a hat I was working on and I had crocheted exactly 4 stitches yesterday. Maybe 2 rows Wednesday. That was the total of my work those two days. I made up for it today. Lots of hooking going on... =)