Tag: Rabbie

Mrs Tiggy-Pops!

Rabbie asked me to do a Mary Poppins/Mrs Tiggy-Winkle mash-up and like any crazy knitter up for a challenge… The main body of the pattern is based on the Alan Dart Mrs Tiggy-Winkle pattern I made last time, with some

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Goodbye 2018!

May the stars align and great Cthulhu rise! Oh, wait, no, that’s only what I want to happen in game… Playing Arkham Horror with friends and eating far too much to bring in the new year, but putting up a

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It’s raining cats and…

Ducks? I went out to the cat mint the other day, in the rain (it’s done nothing but rain for weeks now it feels!) and to my surprise, I found… Jemima Puddleduck! I brought her in, dried her off, and

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Goblin King

Back in June, some of you may remember that I knitted a number of hobgoblin hats. (It spanned three posts, so three links.) Not too long afterwards Rabbie came to visit – a great weekend even if nothing went to

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Cerber-issy take 2!

As mentioned on my last post, Felix wanted a Cerberus that looks like her favourite fur-cousin Missy! Here’s the cutie in question: I will never tire of posting photos of that dog, she is so cite! Anyway, the first  attempt of

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Cerber-issy – take 1!

So, Felix wanted me to knit her a Cerberus to look after her haunted house, easy enough, except it had to also look like her favourite fur cousin, Missy. Despite her markings, she isn’t a Rottweiler. She is a bundle

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And along came two more…

A werewolf! (Based on the 1941 Wolfman, played by Lon Chaney) And next, a mummy! (I wish I could say I had based it on the classic 1932 movie, but I didn’t, this one I just winged!) As with the

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Here come the newly weds!

We have Frankenstein’s Monster, and Bride of Frankenstein (or should that be the bride of Frankenstein’s monster?) A close up of the groom. And a close up of the bride. (Both made once again using the fantastic free pattern Fairy Doll by

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And lodger number two is…

A vampire! (I used the free pattern Fairy Doll by Stephanie Law again so he would be the same size as Meg, the witch) Anc Rabbie, you guessed right! In true Felix fashion, she decided to push her request that little bit

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You ‘octopi’ my thoughts!

Hee hee…I do love a good pun…seriously though, I finished my mystery creation! *Drum roll* An octopus hat! Much like the story behind the aviator hat, Rabbie saw a crocheted octopus hat, and demanded suggested that I should make her one…that

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