This week's project has been sitting on my craft table in varying stages of "almost done" since April 2014. It was originally going to be a Mother's Day gift for my Grandma, but I didn't complete it in time. I've worked on it a bit here and there since then, but I decided it was time to finish it up this week. It's made from this pattern by MyGurumi that I found on Ravelry.
I followed the pattern for the flowers, but somehow the orange one ended up with only six petals instead of eight. I did my own thing for the terracotta pot and dirt which you can find in my project notes on Ravelry. I put some leftover craft wire in the stems of the flowers before sewing them to the dirt to make them less floppy and more bendable. Overall, I wish I would have just buckled down and finished this sooner since it turned out fairly cute. It'll make a great addition to my desk at work. Not only will it brighten my otherwise drab office, it's also a plant I can't kill. Win, win. Happy Saturday, folks!