I've made one of these before, but they are so quick and fun to make that I made another one! (or another two?)
Oh, and continuing the ongoing obsessions with nubbins, I realised that every one of the penguins I have ever made previously (a quick search of my blog shows around 13) didn't have teeny little penguin tails. But these two love-birds -mammals both have cute little tails to be proud of (not pictured though as it would be quite boring, I am sure you can imagine little penguin tails)!
So, sometimes I get ideas from the internet on what to make, sometimes an idea just comes to me, and *sometimes* I just keep adding wool with no plan at all.
Guess which method hexablob was born under...
His antennae are bendable of course (which is why they are have moved between this picture and the last)
Dan asked me to make him a Data plushie, but when I got round to doing it I didn't have any felt in the right colour for his skin. So on a whim, I decided to make a waldorf doll (do please remind me not to ever make another one!)
He's standing behind the schematics for Enterprise E, ready to recite some poetry
I embroidered a third hollow pip but you can't quite see it here, Dan made the comms badge from Shrinky Dink.
"O Spot, the complex levels of behaviour you display Connote a fairly well-developed cognitive array.
And though you are not sentient, Spot, and do not comprehend,
I nonetheless consider you a true and valued friend"