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February 15, 2012

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Greer

I made that puppy a while ago for my girls. He still gets dug out and squished and wrapped and loved. So lovely x

Heather

That puppy pattern is adorable! I'm sure yours is going to look great.

Tracey

I have been telling myself I don't need another knitting book, that I should use what I have first before I buy more, but my goodness, I do want that book. I think I could use a fun, quick knit and a little puppy would fit the bill.
Happy Yarn Along.

lily

There's nothing like a small sweet and quick knitting project to get those creative juices flowing.........the puppy pattern is gorgeous.

amanda {the habit of being}

sweet! can i tell you how much i love that your 11yo is still asking for stuffed animals? and homemade stuffed animals? even better!!!

Angela

Well you know how I feel about Itty Bitty Toys-lurve it! The puppy is coming along and that is such a cute pattern. Your son will surely treasure it. I think it's wonderful he requests handknitted toys from you!
xo

The Barefoot Crofter

What a cute little pup - love the colour too. I always find that knitting quick little toy projects takes me so - so long... xxx

Amy

very cute!

www.theevolvinghomemaker.com

you must be a homeschooler...lol..no one else has such an interesting choice of reading...

:)
jen

Hege

Oh, that's going to be a very cute puppy :)

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