Well, dear reader, the answer to that is yes, he has.
The British diver is known for his love of knitting and crochet, and even has a dedicated Instagram account for the things he makes, which he often uses to help raise money for charity.
Back in October, he actually debuted a pair of crochet trunks he’d made on his @madewithlovebytomdaley account.
“I finally did it! I made some crochet trunks haha!” he wrote at the time.
“I didn’t have a pattern to follow, I just had to try and adapt some bikini bottoms to make them fit...but what do you think?”
Looking pretty good to us, Tom.
On Thursday, Tom modelled a commemorative Olympic cardigan he’d made while participating at the Tokyo 2020 Games, where he has already won his first gold.
Showing off the finished product on Instagram, Tom wrote: “When I got to Tokyo, I wanted to make something that would remind me of these games. Something that I could say I had made in Tokyo, during the Olympics!
“I did a @teamgb logo on the back, with a flag and GBR on the shoulders and Tokyo embroidered onto the front!”
After his and diving partner Matty Lee’s triumph in the men’s synchronised 10-metre event last week, Tom also knitted a special pouch to stop his gold medal from getting scratched.
He is back competing again in Tokyo on Friday in the preliminary round of the 10m platform.