Yes, I know it's after Christmas. I can't help it. I am still deep into my part time seasonal work with the forestry service. The creation, care, and tending of pint sized pines. What follows is the pint sized pine progress report (PSPPR). Told as briefly as possible.
First there was one.
Then there were two.
Number two left the house so I had to make another number two because number one was lonely.
Then I decided an odd number was needed so now there are three.
Correction - there were three. Until I decided I should try to make a snowy-white pint sized pine.
And just when I thought I might have it worked out of my system, I realized I have this remnant of green yarn that won't be good for one single thing other than a green tree.
So once the emerald-green pine comes off the assembly line, I will turn in my resignation to the forestry service and shut down the pine making factory.
Maybe I will go into the Santa carving business. Just to even out the tree to Santa ratio.
Somehow I think learning to carve a Santa might be harder than knitting a tree. I'll probably put that off until next year. Give myself some time to ponder over it.
If you missed it the first time, the link to the pint sized pine pattern is below.