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I have, at times, been accused of being 'flighty', but as far as I can tell, these are all very sensible, must-have items. You should knit them all, this instant.
OMG - I want to knit!!!I need a knitted horse-truly!
love the bunny with the tosh in the air...so cute...
That's EXACTLY what I meant!!!
oh suse, you just just make me....want to knit!
I love the knitted snail... and ice cream... and mini tea cosy. Heck, I just love them all!
OMG, THE OLIVES! I need me some of those.
How fun! What a fanciful bunch of knits (although your acorns and fruit would be most comfortable in that group, too.) I have really got to move beyond scarves.
What a fab mosaic. I'm casting on some olives this instant (well, after I bother to get ready for work) and the knitted hare is so distracting I want to squish him. Cuteness! Tea cozies have always fascinated me, but lacking a proper teapot, alas I have never knitted one. Perhaps a hunt is in order...Camilla
They're all beautifully made. Nice collection.
That gray knitted purse, with the giant satin bow, belongs on my arm.God, it's ALL adorable...the bunny, the cupcake, the fruit, the tiny tea pot, the horse...I want them all.
Know where you can get hold of a pattern for that tea cosy, or one like it?
Ignore my laziness in asking! Ravelry is the answer! Of course! I've just been over for a look.
Eeeek look at those adorable olives!
The snail... I love the snail!
I have to join with everyone else in saying THE SNAIL!It's partly the snail itself, and partly that someone had the patience to work out a pattern for knitting a snail.The little black lacy bag is very cool, too (and I'm not usually bowled over by bags).
I want one of those tea cosies now! please!
I like the grey rabbit and the olives the best although they'e all good, all of them. My 6 year old son is coveting my knitted strawberry, he declares it to be "AWESOME". p.s. your Saturday post is what I like to think of as classic Pea Soup blog with all the great ingredients - perfect.
This is how I wind up sewing things like miniature quilts. I see one somewhere else and I can't stop smiling about it and before I know it, it makes PERFECT sense to sew one up. Get to knitting!
whatever that pink thing is with the button (next to the snail), that is what I want.xo,SL
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