So don't be too surprised if you don't see much of me around.
I'm around most places on the internet as Tephra or Tephralynn if someone managed to get there before me. I have started a craft blog, Omnifariously Knotty, which is so far all knitting for slim minis. That knitting thing is probably what most doll owners remember me for.
I have four dolls currently: Anjeni Namid wa Taima - Normal skin Bobobie March Namid Dyani wa Sahale - Light tan/coffee Resinsoul Mei (Anjeni's mom) Regina Constanze De Rosa (Rico) - Normal skin Dollzone Feilan Talar Dyani wa Takoda - Light tan/coffee Featherfall Iruhi head/Resinsoul Rong body (Namid's sister)
Last Edit: May 20, 2013 17:19:58 GMT by Tephra: Added my dolls.
*tucks that 5th DPN behind ear to free a hand for hi-5-ing* Dolls have expanded my knitting in new and surprisingly tiny directions! I never would have thought I would find size 0 needles to be too big.
I know right! I have a hard time using size 2 and always feel like im going to break the size 0s..and they still feel to big XD
I used to think size 4 was pretty tiny, now I'm comfortable with 4/0 (most of the time anyway). Still haven't managed the 6/0 set I have, and I'm not entirely happy working with 5/0 though I do have a project on them (that I'm ignoring because it's boring).
I wish I had more very, very fine yarn options though, locally. I like being able to see and handle things before buying them.
Keep at it and you'll be ready for the revival of "Coraline"
I think Althea Crome named her site Bugknits not because of the scale of her knittng but because it's so close to being bugnuts.
But who knows, maybe those 11/0 needles will end up here someday.... Though the thought of needles only one quarter of a millimeter in diameter puts a severe WTF on my face, I haven't even finished a project on the 1mm 5/0s yet!