We Wish you All the Very Best
for the Holidays
and throughout the New Year!
We made it home in time for Christmas, Hurray! (In case you don't know, we were forced to move out for a month because the homeowner's assoc. was replacing roofs!), I've been frantically working on getting our delayed Christmas tasks completed
I haven't uploaded any amigurumi photos to flickr in quite a while, so haven't posted them, but I really have been making lots of things! Honest! Someday I'll get caught up. ;o)
Here are the little peeps I made for the youngest members of our family for their little Christmas treats.
Peeps for Christmas...
We have Rudolph the Red Nosed Pocket Reindeer Peep, White Chocolate Pocket ChrisMoose, Chubby Rudolph, and Chocolate Pocket ChrisMoose, and their grassy snowbank pockets. :o)
And this is my knit version of a totally adorable Lion Brand Rudolph crochet pattern
I also made a Frosty Snowman Peep for our older niece - he was a failed experiment for a snowman that converted into a snowball (it worked, but not well) so I made him into a traditional snowman. The yarn is Moda Dea Cheerio, which is sparkly, and makes him look like he's made of snow! :o) Great yarn! Such a shame they discontinued it. I used that for the grassy snowbank pockets that the pocket Rudolph and ChrisMeese are in, too. :o)
And last but not least - yet another Christmas Elmo! This time for a young disabled friend of our nephews.
I've changed the method that I use to make this guy, and he came out much neater. I'll share a pattern when I can write up the changes. (And don't hold your breath, because I'm glacially slow!)
We hope that you are all enjoying your holidays and wish you all a Very Merry Christmas, a (belated) Very Happy Channukah, and a very Merry Kwaanza! Enjoy whatever you celebrate! :o)
Now I have to go give away all my cute little ami's!
More pics on flickr http://www.flickr.com/knittycat