Friday, 10 December 2010

sweet robins & baby lambs

little cranky lambs! it must be nap & apple time!

ive been knitting lots of wrist-ees.

in my new magic attic!

thats right we moved ♥ and were finally all settled in

turns out... there is a magic attic! ♥

ive set it all up so its half music studio & half knitting studio

all of the wool muffles the sound which is good for recording.

if you want to try knitting these patterns you can go to my
*etsy store*
or click for an instant PDF download below:
sweet robin wrist-ees KNITTING PATTERN
baby lamb cuffs KNITTING PATTERN


Alexandra said...

Aww, you moved!!!
No wonder why we haven't heard from you in a while! I've moved too, but in a virtual house! I finally have a Blogger account too.
I miss your music, i'm glad to hear about the studio ;)

See youuu

Anonymous said...

The little robin is so beautiful. To have a little birdy perched on your hand at all times, like a companion... what a lovely idea. ♥

Valerianna said...

How exciting, a MAGIC ATTIC! Sounds purrrrfect.

and I love ALL the hand warmers, I must turn a good knitter friend on to your patterns and maybe she'll make me some cranky lambs!

I saw a huge, beautiful barred owl flying down the road in front of me today, landed on a telephone pole and stared down at me as I passed... neato.

Caroline said...

Oh wow, a magic attic sounds wonderful, i'd love my own secret attic to do all my creative doodahs in :D
I lurrveee the new mittens, i saw the robin ones the other day on Etsy and fell in love with them :)
Can't wait to see/hear what you can conjure up in the magic attic!

atropanocturna said...

Moving can be so exciting! I've just settled into my new place as well! The best part is unpacking and decorating everything just so. And just in time for the holidays!

Pauline said...

Hi Sweetness
Glad you have settled in ok, can't wait for pics of magic attic. Love the lamb mitts, adorable xxx

Anonymous said...

The mittens are too cute! I would love to read more about the magic attic.


Annemarie said...

Love, love, love all of your wristees, but the sweet robin wristees are mine! I can't tell you how much I enjoy your blog!

Anonymous said...

they´re really cute! ^_^
nice to read about you again!


georgievinsun said...

I'm loving all these handwarmers! Finding the sheep hard to resist!!!

Acornbud said...

The handwarmers are so cute!

Elsa said...

ooh, I NEED these patterns, plus the kitty one too! they are adorable!

Elsa said...

okay, couldn't stand it ... went to the shop and bought all 3! YAY for me!

Milady Productions said...

So sweet!

Shallow Mallow said...

You make the sweetest knits :) First the cat and now these. So sweet!

The Thrifty Fox said...

Love those wristees, especially the robin and nest. You have such sweet patterns, cant wait to have a go at one of them....when i get better at knitting :)

faerie finder said...

yay yall thanks so much :)
i have missed posting with my owl!
i have been really overwhelmed by the move
and getting all of the rooms done & ready...
i will be back lots more..
im just glad all of the ♥ are still here!
xoxooxox infinity ;*

Fleur said...

so that's the reason your last post is posted a month ago!
i really like all your knitted gloves. i just learnt how to knit, so i started easy and i'm knitting a black scarf for my boyfriend now (but with some little holes in it haha...)
you are magical!

Mlle Alex said...

ohhh really very cute mitts , I love them !!!
XOXO from Paris
rukiette75from raverly :)

wide-eyed said...

Lovely Blog!

CloudyKim said...

Great blog!

Those patterns are so cool! :)

Kesshō said...

Oh the sheep are too cute. I may have to come back closer to spring and make some. :)

Casie Jean said...

these are so adorable! I wish I was better at knitting xox

KnitXcorE said...

mikka said...

Those handwarmers are *beautiful*! They make me want to learn how to knit fair isle :)

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

I am in love with all of these mitts!!

In the Hammock Vintage

ladycathead said...

Just found your blog and I love your world you made.I am fascinated by your ability to make white so versatile. My favorite color is red and I am a Stephanie too, but I am Rose Red to your Snow White. Your stories make me cackle (which I oh so love to do)and your patterns make me want lambs on my hands. Especially cranky ones. ;) Write more, create more! Love it all! <3

Ninie plume said...

Coucou !
I dit it !!!! I'm so proud of me : i read my first english pattern ! ( i'm french and my english isn't very good :))
But i love, love my little bird on my hand !
Thank you so much for these lovely patterns ! i'll do the second very soon !
If you want to see the bird, it's on my blog Ninie plume :

XOXO, Virginie from Paris