Such a delightful little toy. And an easy copy. Thanks for the close ups.
She is söpö :D
It looks so lovely!!!
Oh, Lene, LOVE!
Sooo cute, is it a easterbunnie?
she brought a smile to my face. Too cute for words. I watched a program about Lake Inari and the Sami people the other nite, very interesting and looks a lot like your pictures of the land around you.
Prześliczna! Wspaniała! Urzekająca!
Magic indeed! The birth process is amazing. Thank you for sharing, Lene.
love love love her!
I don't think there is any danger of the magic falling off; she looks quite magical through and through!
She does look magical...she is your drawing come to knit life! Wonderful.
Blogsurfing when I should have been working and I found this - and gave the game away by cooing at my screen...So cute!
Such an honest, hopeful face!
LeneI am always charmed by your embroidery skills! Are those just plain old French knots around the face, or is it a different stitch?Thank you for sharing!Morgen in Seattle
I'm enjoying your blog very much. Your design journeys and glimpses into the dark winter where you live are a little breath of fresh air.-Jennifer
She is very cute...and cuddly:)
Adorable! I want her to come to my house to visit...
What fun! Those ears!! That winsome smile!!!Well done, fair knitter.
Ha Ha,she looks like she is thinking "Hmm...what mischief can I make next?"
so sweet! I love her:)
Beautiful! I love the way the ears curled over when they felted!
My grandson would love this, but I think I would love it more! She just brings a smile to your face. Another pattern perhaps?Melody
Will you sell the pattern for this one? So cute and at the same time cool!
Please tell us how to make them! Adorable!!!!!!!
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