The Big Fish ~ El Gran Pez

I often do tiny, tiny things… Now for a drastic change of scale!

¡Drástico cambio de escala, de lo pequeñito, chiquitito, diminuto a lo enorme!

Knitted big fish close up

The knitting pattern was created by Jana, based on a genius Escher design. It is not meant to be big, but small and repeating. Do not miss visiting her blog, so you can admire it in all its wonder! Her use of different stitches to create the fish textures is superb. And she also has another Escher pattern, featuring fish and duck and turtles.

El patrón para tejerlo lo hizo Jana, basada en un diseño genial de Escher. La idea no es que sea enorme, sino pequeño y repetitivo. ¡No dejen de visitar su blog, para apreciar esta maravilla! El uso de los distintos puntos para crear las texturas del pez es magistral. Y tiene otro patrón de Escher más, con peces, patos y tortugas…

One day I may make a whole bedspread, but that is dreaming for now!

Algun día tal vez haga todo un cubrecamas, pero eso es soñar por ahora…

knitted big fish with feet for scale

It was so easy to start, almost on a whim, just casting on 4 stitches… I can see this being a fun and engaging long project. Here are my ravelry notes about the knitting of this single one.

Fue tan facil empezar, casi por antojo, montando sólo 4 puntos… Me doy cuenta que puede ser un proyecto largo pero atrapante y divertido. Acá están mis notas de ravelry sobre el tejido de este solitario.

knitted big fish in the tub

There, another view for scale – it just fits in the bath tub!

Ahi tienen otra vista para que tengan una escala – ¡entra justo en la bañera!

knitted big fish in the bathroom floor

I love having such a striking bath mat!

¡Me encanta mi “bagrealfombra”!

9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. janukke
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 11:29:32

    Hi there,

    ever since I saw that huge fish of yours at ravelry, I have wanted to make one for my own bathroom! What a great idea and inspired way to use the chart for the fish! :o) I so admire your work, thanks a lot for sharing it here.

    Btw, this is the first time I am seeing your blog and it´s fun to read about your crafts.

    Cheers!
    Jana

    Reply

    • yavamoni
      Feb 05, 2012 @ 13:09:18

      Thanks for stopping by, Jana!

      I am thinking, the fish from the “On the shore” blanket would probably make an even better mat, as it does not have a the thin tail part…Or the turtles! those would be so cool as entrance mats too!

      Reply

      • janukke
        Feb 09, 2012 @ 12:37:58

        Oh yeah! That´s so true. All of them would make good mats as well. :o) Do you have any plans?😉

        Reply

        • yavamoni
          Feb 20, 2012 @ 12:34:40

          Not exactly plans, not. But I am pondering what material could be used to make a turtle door mat. The poor fish in the bathroom gets quite a beating so the same one is out of the question for heavy duty stepping.

  2. max corinne
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 07:04:04

    wonderful job!
    I like the blue!

    Reply

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  4. kat @ slugs
    Sep 11, 2012 @ 10:29:53

    Love it!! That is brilliant!!

    Reply

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