- knifty knitter tool (far right)
- a crochet hook (top)
- 5 stitch markers for knitting
- Big paper clips
- poly clay (like Fimo or Sculpy)
- Needle nose pliers
I rolled a thin strip of pink over and strip of blue over a log of yellow. Each stitch marker is one slice of this roll. For the crochet hook I rolled smaller canes and sliced them, then wrapped the around the paperclip to make spots. For the knifty knitter tool I tool the failed canes and just rolled them together to create a strip and rolled that around the paper clip.
Stitch markers: wrap paper clip in poly caly, leaving the largest loop open.
Crochet hook: bend the paper clip straight with pliers, then create a small hook that faces back toward the other end on one end with needle nose pliers. Wrap clay around it.
Knifty knitter tool: bend the paper clip straight with pliers, then create a small straight hook that faces up on one end with needle nose pliers. It should be 1/4 to 3/8 inch high. Wrap clay around it.
Then bake clay as directed. (I used Scupley III, so I baked it at 275 F for 20 minutes)
With my paper clip crochet hook, I made these:
I used red heart worsted yarn and chain stitched until it was 42 inches long.