knits by sachi

Knitted sea life

on March 22, 2014

I have knitted sea life creatures before.


And the ocean animals.

This is the penguin adventure story. My little penguins travel around the world to meet polar bears on the North pole. They encounter many interesting creatures and people on the way.

Many people are confused about the animals on the northern and southern end of the earth. May be it is because we see greeting cards with polar bears and penguins illustrated next to each other.

My little story is to help children understand clearly where these animals live. It will be fun if they can play with knitted animals as they listen to the story.

It can be another fun book idea.

Recently, I also had a go at making a mermaid. Mermaid is one of the most popular person among little girls and I thought about entertaining mermaid lovers with this little doll.


Yes, I even knitted coral reef. I thought she would look too lonely without company.

I guess it has been our dream to be able to swim deep underwater for a long time without coming up for air. It must be amazing if we could do what a mermaid can do.

But see, you can knit your dream, too.

7 responses to “Knitted sea life

  1. Clare says:

    They are all so cute! The penguins are my favourite 🙂

  2. please tell me you sell these. they are adorable. I would love a mermaid 🙂

  3. Jacqui says:

    Your knitted scenes of ocean animals are wonderful. An idea for your next book perhaps? Love the tiny cute penguins.

  4. […] This is one of my recent creation. I have knitted some sea life before as I mentioned in the previous post. […]

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