Thursday, December 18, 2008

Cutest cuddly gnomes







I have spent many hours knitting these cute little fellas. My mom and I have been knitting some brothers and sisters to add to the family. Each one truly has a little character all of their own. I am trying to commit to an opening date for my online blog shop (possibly an Etsy one too). Please look out for it. http://downinthemeadowmarket.blogspot.com/ If I don't write about this, I am just never going to get there.

8 comments:

Kelly said...

Suzanne, your creations are all so beautiful and many are so original and have such heart. I wish you success in your market venture which looks fantastic. Very inspirational! My favourite of all your creations has to be your very, very beautiful Woodland Mama, followed by St Francis and King Winter....and lots of others
Richest blessings!

suzanne said...

Hi Kelly

I love the woodland mama too. She too is off to the little shop soon. I appriciate your kindness and constant comment support.

Thank you
Suzanne

Linda said...

They are so beautiful Suez! You are a fantastic knitter and crafter! I wish you the very best and much success with your Market...

Warmest regards.....

suzanne said...

hello Linds

You do know you are the buddie of all buddies....you are very kind.

Thank you
Suzie

Vera said...

I love alan dart patterns the gnomes look so cute without the beards might have a go at doing them without beards!

suzanne said...

Hi Vera

Is he not too cute. There are endless ways you could change this little fella. Going to make a few variations so dont forget to take a look.
Warm regards
Suzanne

Kelly said...

Suzanne,
I will keep an eye out for the beautiful Woodland Mama. She reminds me of all the wonderful Zimbabwean mamas who carry their babies on their backs and I always carry my babies in this way too. Sometimes one on my back and another on the front lol!

Wishing you all a joyous, magical Christmas season.

suzanne said...

Hi Kelly

I am from Zimbabwe too. They do remind me of the mamas there. Shame I wonder how all those special mamas are doing over there trying to keep their babies safe. My thoughts of protection and love go out to them.

Warm regards
Suzanne