Tom Daley crochets matching black and white cardigans for himself and son Robert, 2, as he shares gallery of snaps with his mini-me
He has recently been showing off his impressive designs on social media after teaching himself how to crochet.
And Tom Daley, 26, and his toddler son Robert, two, wore matching black and white handmade cardigans in a cute gallery of pictures uploaded by the Olympic diver.
Tom held hands and cuddled and kissed his little boy who he shares with his director husband filmmaker Dustin Lance Black, 46.
Mini me: Tom Daley displayed his latest crochet creation on social media on Sunday as he and his toddler son Robert, two, wore matching black and white hexagon cardigans
Tender: The Olympic diver, 26, kissed and cuddled his beloved son in a sweet gallery of images
Passion project: Tom wrote about his method on his crafting Instagram page
The adorable shots show Tom and Robbie walking through a park dressed in the same cardigan and black jeans.
In one picture, the athlete picks up his blond son and snuggled into him for a kiss, while in another he looks on fondly as Robbie plays on his bike.
Tom captioned the pictures: ‘A SUNDAY STROLL…P.S. I made us the matching cardigans @madewithlovebytomdaley’.
He also wrote: ‘I made Robbie and I a matching black and white hexagon cardigan! I made two hexagonal pieces and then joined them, adding sleeves and a collar after!’
Playtime: The adorable shots show Tom and Robbie enjoying a Sunday stroll and in one shot, he looks on fondly as Robbie plays on his bike
Tom wrote: ‘I made two hexagonal pieces and then joined them, adding sleeves and a collar after! Thanks for the help @byamylondon’
A sweet moment: No doubt Robert was feeling snug and warm in his new knitwear
He tagged his new Instagram account in the post where he uploads all of his new creations.
Tom, who appears to have returned to the UK after his stint at an Olympic training camp in Turkey, previously posted a video of himself crocheting on his sunbed.
Earlier this month, he posted a snap on his crochet Instagram account while posing in an eye-catching multi-coloured jumper and his underwear.
The athlete took to his Instagram Stories and posed in the impressive knitted design while crouching on the ground.
Impressive: Earlier this month, the athlete sported this colourful crochet creation on social media as he posed in his underwear
Posing in his pants, Tom wrote alongside the photo: ‘Some colour for your rainy Saturday!’
The TV star has been in lockdown with Dustin and their son in Southwark, London.
The couple – who tied the knot in May 2017 at Bovey Castle in Devon – welcomed Robert via an American surrogate in June 2018 and plan to have more children.
They recently shared a series of loved-up snaps together, with Tom captioning the post: ‘When you make your Husband take pictures with you’.
Couple: The TV star has been in lockdown with his husband, filmmaker Dustin Lance Black, 46, and their son in Southwark, London
New arrival: The couple – who tied the knot in May 2017 at Bovey Castle in Devon – welcomed their son via an American surrogate in June 2018 and plan to have more children
Tom started showing off his colourful creations on a new Instagram account leading to speculation that he could be turning it into a business venture.
The star shared pictures of his knitted tea cosy, a chunky jumper and a poncho which he made for his son Robbie, two.
The @madewithlovebytomdaley account also shows pink baby booties and the toddler’s blue bobble hat.
It is unclear if fans will be able to buy his creations.
Hobby: Tom has been showing off his impressive knitting and crochet designs on his new Instagram account @madewithlovebytomdaley
Creative: The two-time Olympic bronze medallist previously showcased another of his creations as he revealed he has crocheted his own pair of swimming trunks
The two-time Olympic bronze medallist started knitting to help him relax during lockdown – and he’s not the only celebrity that turned to this craft.
Tom said: ‘Worrying about when things might go back to normal can be exhausting. My happy place is now on the sofa with knitting needles.’
But he admitted his screenwriter husband Dustin joked that being with him was like being wed to a grandmother.
Unexpected: Tom started knitting to help him relax during lockdown and the new Instagram account has lead to speculation that he could be turning it into a business venture
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