I’m done!

I finally finished it! Well…I finished knitting. I still have to fix the mistakes, iron it, and sew the back on.

Here are the pictures:

Finished goomba and bricks

The crazy back

Size comparison to me. I’m 5’1″ and the blanket covers all of me but my head. It’s 50 inches wide.
The expression on my face is really creepy, hahaha!

There it is! It’s pretty heavy. It weighs in at 1.2 pounds.

If you like it, please share it with your friends!

The bricks: 13 rows in

I officially have 9 rows left.


wow. I’ve come so far

Announcing… My next project!

Since I am only 14 rows from finishing the blanket I am making, I figured I can reveal what I’ll be working on next.

Here it is!

It is the secret area scene in level 2!

This is a real scene from the game.

What do you think?

(I apologize for the temporary unavailability. Tinypic is stupid and moves my pictures.)

(Almost) Finished!

I have EVERY thing done except the bricks on the bottom : DD
I have only 19 rows to go on the bricks… then I’m finished!

Here are some pictures:

I have some corrections to make on the pipe.

Full view! Size compared to my cat, Stinky, in the corner up there.

Feb. 16 Update

It’s been a while since I’ve updated. I’ve made quite a lot of progress. I have only 8 rows to go before I get to the final brick pattern on the bottom.

Here is the pipe as of  yesterday:

Here is the spiky dude:

It’s almost done : D

Here is the second half of the bush:

And that is all, because I’m watching Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

More Progress… And More Frustration

I have made a lot of progress on the bush, the spiky guy, and the goomba. It’s looking great. There’s on problem, though…

I have to unravel four rows!

The worst part about it is that I have to unravel those four rows for ten stupid little stitches. Just ten. I accidentally knitted instead of purled on ten stitches, and the only way to fix it is to unravel it. This is obviously going to take some of my time, but I still plan to have it done by the end of February.

Here is a picture of the stupid mistake:

It’s pretty hard to see, because I have to use a point-and-shoot camera.
But, yes, I have to undo four rows for THAT.

Here are the photos of how it looked before I started unraveling:

Gege Crochet Supah Coo’ Mario Blanket

Some of you may have seen this awesome blanket by Gege Crochet. It is actually what inspired me to knit my blanket, for the most part. If you haven’t seen it, you need to.

There are multiple posts about the blanket, but I’ll link you to Part 1


I am, as I have stated, about 40 rows away from my goal. As I was working through the spiky turtle and the bush, I noticed that I should have started the goomba three rows ago…

I had to unravel those three rows, which is much worse than knitting three… or five, for that matter.
Now that I have gotten to the right place to start the goomba, I realize that I do not have a color that is appropriate for it, so I’ll have to do some yarn shopping.

Even though I have had this setback, I assure you that I will begin working on the blanket again as soon as possible.

The Top of the Pipe: Done

I finished the top section of the pipe. It’s either 16 or 17 rows.
After this, I have a solid black row and then I start the bottom part.

I also started the top of the bush and the spikey guy.

I can already tell it’s going to be a huge frustration.