The book has over 40 itty-bitty toys to knit, wear and to give. The projects are quick to knit up and super adorable. Although the toys uses fingering weight yarn, it can be made with any weight yarn. Last year, I test knitted one of her tiny collections and they still came out very cute with worsted weight yarn.
Besides the cuteness, Anna's clever construction techniques is another reason you should try her patterns. Just like her first book, she has included "Toy Techniques" in the beginning of the book. It has step-by-step instructions and photographs to ensure that your toys will come out perfectly.
The following pictures are some of my favorite projects from the book. It was hard to choose, so I had Melody pick them out. She has been obsessively flipping through the book picking the projects she wants me to make. I can't wait until she is old enough so I can teach her to knit.
All photos are from the book, Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi.
For a chance to win a copy of the book, please leave a comment stating that you want to be entered in the giveaway. Be sure to leave a way for me to contact you, either Ravelry name, blog link, or email address. Giveaway ends on August 31, 2011. If I don't hear from the winner after 1 week, I will draw another name. Good Luck! (ETA: The book is being sent by the publisher so the giveaway is only open to people with a US address. Sorry for the mix up.)
A huge thank you to Potter Craft for providing me a copy to giveaway to my readers.