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I can only echo Amy. I love the idea of stroking his shiny nose.
LOVING those floppy ears......and he looks so soft!!!
What do you say? Should we go swimming or not?
While this lemon and lime fish decide to take a dip, they will find themselves packed off to SA. Let's hope the bears do not get hungry on the journey. They are the perfect size for little hands and stitch up very quickly.
The pattern is from Knit for Life http://www.knitforlife.co.uk/patterns.php
Thanks for the link for the fish Amy. These crocheted little dickens are really calling my name. Awwwwwww how cute! I have printed the pattern off. What a lovely little site, very useful. I expect to make the fish bigger by doubling up worsted or chunky yarn so the child can cuddle them. The original would make a great pocket pal buit I see you have made yours larger too.
Coming to this late, due to surgery, but I LOVE your poem Amy. It's awesome. I just finished a Cuddlebug and hope to make something else very soon. Yaaay to everybody who hunts charity and thrift shops to find great toys to send. For me that's like treasure hunting, you never know what you will find.
Two pretty fish in 'hug me' colours. Gorgeous yarns, Amy. :))
I just love clearance yarn!
A little shopping resulted in some fun, really soft toys.
I hope these little blankie toys work just as well as a "regular" toy for KAS. I couldn't put them down once I had touched them, so I hope the children find them just as touchable.
I'm calling the Bunny on the left the BevGlo doll; pink polka dots and blue stripes are just right.
They are so cute. I'm certain they'll be appreciated.
I agree with Valerie. I think the children will love them. You gave them the Touch Test Sharon, and that's the clincher. If you couldn't put them down then neither will the kids. I think they're all adorable. Well spotted!
Oooohhhhh some blankies too. I'm so glad you found some.