|I made these little dolls for the girl's Christmas stockings this year and have only just got around to photographing them.|
|I love knitting clothes for dolls :) So quick, satisfying and you can get away with all kinds of colour combinations, that a real life Daddy might not be so thrilled with :)|
|Mummy doll's shawl looks so cosy and warm. I want one too!|
|These dolls are already getting a little fuzzy round the edges and more than once, I've had to sewn in a couple of pulled threads but they are loved and played with and that is what makes it all worthwhile.|
|Emmy crocheted me this lovely cowl for Christmas. I love the warm olive green yarn. It feels very special to wear it :)|
I am considering this leg warmer knitting pattern to use up the surplus yarn from the vest I made Nola last week. It's always good when your vest matches your leg warmers isn't it.
I'm still reading "The Life of Pi".... Nearly finished. Really amazing story, have to squint my eyes at some of the slightly gorier details of daily castaway survival. Now wondering how it all ends.
I've just begun the first few chapters of "The Mill on the Floss" by George Elliot which I read some years ago. I love the descriptive richness of 19th century novels. Vivid characters and copious vocabulary make a perfect companion to chill, snowy evenings.
What are you creating/reading at the moment?
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