You folks are, on the whole, an astonishingly clever and creative bunch. There is every possibility that you have come up with something cooler or cuter to do with the cap off of your orange juice bottle, that expired credit card in your desk drawer, the empty chapstick tube in your purse, the dried out nailpolish bottle in your bathroom, or the spool of thread you just finished off. Though sweet crispy crackers if you did, I want to see it.
Because this is pretty damn clever and cute.
I mean, not notably practical. There are a limited array of practical uses for teeny tiny knitted potion bottles (not none mind you, but relatively few). But awfully cute and clever.
The pattern includes instructions for lots and lots of different bottle shapes (I made a dozen for the pictures, and I only stopped because it was getting a bit obsessive), they are a perfect scrap yarn project, and each bottle only takes an hour or two to knit. All of which means that once you start, you’re probably not going to stop for a while. But really, that’s not a bad problem to have!
The pattern is called Concoction, it’s up on ravelry and payhip, and you can take 10% off for the first few days it’s out with the code POTION.