18 April 2012

WIP Wednesday again

Firstly to Leslie who left a comment regards one of the hats Rufus was modelling recently, the link to the pattern is here on my post FO Hat Trick Kiddie Cadet

Right on to what I'm up to. 

I've not managed to do a great deal of knitting this past few days.  The bunting is more or less finished, pinned but not sewn on yet. 

I also made a pennant for the inside of the playhouse door - letter came from Cool Knitannia supplement from this month's Simply Knitting magazine.  The actual pennant I made up myself, I used some stiff tape to keep the sides from rolling in and a small plant stake for the top and some cord I had in my oddments box.  I don't through anything away

Other than that its been painting the interior of the playhouse.  The flooring is down, a number and alphabet frieze pinned up.

For more WIP join Tami, Yarn Along, Natural Suburbia and Frontier Dreams


  1. The 'R' pennant is ADORABLE! It's so cute, and very official, that he has a flag for his clubhouse!

  2. Oh wow, love these! Such an adorable way of using up scrap yarn. My favorites are the stripy ones!

  3. Those pennants looks great ad the bunting will be fabulous!

  4. Oh goodness that bunting is so perfect! I followed you over from KCCO and here is my project this week: My project this week: http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2012/04/crafting-on-with-needle-and-thread.html

  5. I love the pennant! I can just see one of these for each of my kids - thankfully they all have names starting with a different letter :)

  6. R for Rufus. Excellent. Your bunting and pennant are a joy.

    We thought of making bunting in the Fusion sessions but the time factor was against us. The samples used finger knitted cords, which the young people love to make with gusto.

    You may notice that I am commenting on your posts in reverse order. Trying to go back to 25th March and I can't get the hang of the new Blog system. I've worked out how to go backwards but not how to get from 25th March back to today. Must be old age.


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