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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Needles have been clicking....

This is a sweater that I crocheted by our little guy.  I found the pattern
at redheart. com and it is pattern WR1987.  The pattern is shown for a girl
but I changed the bottom holes to make it for a boy.

Little guy all dressed up at a wedding banquet and he has his best
friend with him.  I could not help but laugh when I saw this
picture.  I said "I see Mr. Raccoon got an invitation too".  I found a free
pattern for a rabbit that is made like Mr. Raccoon and made it.  His wonderful
friend was a gift and they are kinda expensive, so we hope he will want to carry
the rabbit around and if something happens to it, I can just knit another one.
Below are pictures of the rabbit.  It is on it's way to CA and a friend is going to
embroidery the face for me. The pattern can by found as a free e-book of toys at
Knitting Daily



















Below is a little sweetheart in an ear flap hat I crocheted for her.
Below are Winter crochet wristers.  I made a pair for a woman and then a
pair for a little girl and I  a hat to go with hers.  You can find the free pattern
at RedHeart.com.

Thanks for stopping by to visit.
Love,
Marie

7 comments:

  1. Such beautiful work, Marie! And that little guy is sooooo cute!! A heart-stealer for sure! blessings ~ tanna

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  2. Your little guy is so cute.
    You sure do beautiful work and I thank you for sharing it.
    Hugs

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  3. Oh I really wish I knew how to knit or crochet...even both! You've made some beautiful things, Marie. And the little ones are just adorable!

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  4. What a lovely talent you have in your handmade items. I'm sure your grandchildren enjoy them.

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  5. Dear Marie...such precious "little ones" and pretty handmade treasures! Your website is so pretty and so festive! Sweetest Blessings ♥ Teri

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  6. oh my goodness Marie! What sweet creations you make! I truly wish I knew how to crochet or knit... (I've tried... yikes!). You're very talented!

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