And here are more owls made into shawl sticks as well.
Whenever I make a new item such as these owls, I like to take a photo showing basic construction.
I then print it out on an index card with more instructions such as clay thickness, clay color recipes used, etc. I then keep it in this mini album that sits on my desk for a quick reference guide. It is important that I do this and not just trust my memory for when I need to make more.
My friend, Cynthia Blanton, lives miles away at the other end of the country, but thanks to the internet and e-mails, we feel much closer. We seem to have a lot of similar interests -- at least where polymer clay comes in. She has been playing with Judy Belcher's tutorial as well and you can see some cool items she has made on her blog as well as her Artfire Studio. I love her "knit" sweater which would pair quite nicely with my knit socks.
I should mention that all of the above items (except Cynthia's adorable sweater of course) are now available at The Falkland General Store. This is a real gem with lots of great supplies and gift type items for the knitter or anyone else who just enjoys cool stuff!