Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Yarn Along

Joining in with Ginny at Small Things again this Wednesday ~

~finished a snuggle gnome in pink with a needlefelted heart~


~ working on another in yarn from Peace Fleece ~

~ while the snow is falling outside, I am making my final seed lists, which I really need to get in the mail~

Warm wishes,
Tonya

25 comments:

  1. I love the pink, such a gentle color. I got your note this am:-) Now we have the snow and freezing rain! We certainly don't know where to put anymore of it..LOL! Stay safe and warm:-)

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  2. Such a cute tomten! I'm also doing my garden planning, and eager to get started!

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  3. very sweet! and yay for planning gardens - we're doing the same and enjoying every minute of it!

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  4. such a sweet gnome! Seed lists, sounds like heaven!

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  5. The gnome is darling! Since we're trying to make a move to the country our garden plans are sort of up in the air. Hopefully God will provide soon!

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  6. The snuggle gnome is absolutely adorable. Best of luck with your seed lists, I am no where close to finalizing mine :)

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  7. Such a cute gnome and I love the colour for the next one!
    Wish I was looking at seed catalogues, for now I am dreaming of them.

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  8. What an awesome doll...we need to get our seeds ordered too...even with Spring still months away...

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  9. Oh, yum, seed catalogues! My kids love those gnomes...must make some Valentiney ones! Love the needle felted heart...nice touch!

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  10. What a sweet little gnome! And oh seed catalogs. A favorite to peruse when the winter seems to be getting long.

    Blessings, Elizabeth

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  11. Such a cute little gnome. I have never knit a doll but I know my daughter would love it if I did!

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  12. We had really good fun doing this with the children last week.... we made a big cardboard calendar and attached envelopes under each month then slotted in the seed packets to be sown each month.... we can move them along for second-sowings too.... it's a great visual planner for the children, who pretty much decided on all the veg we will have this year!

    jenni x

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  13. Such a sweet and snuggly gnome! I get to harvest my very first tomato for dinner tonight - yay!

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  14. such a darling toy..wish i knew how to make them...

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  15. aww, very hugable little thing!

    ...someday I'll have a garden to put some seeds in!

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  16. so cute...I've haven't knit up a gnome in a few years now...maybe it's time.

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  17. Oh my gracious. That is one of the cutest little dolls ever. Clearly, everyone else thinks so too. I have to say that your pic might have pushed me over the edge to finally learn how to knit!

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  18. Very sweet little doll. I was just thinking today I have to get my seed order in.

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