Here is Knit (you may have met him at the weekend in this post) with Granny Square. Granny Square thought it looked such a lovely day that it would be nice to go outside for a family photo.
|Purl is sitting nicely…|
|…but Knit is fooling around.|
|He did come and sit still in the end though.|
|(A human’s eye view).|
|Then it was time to get back into the box and come indoors.|
I made these using my Basic Jointed Scaleable cloth Doll Pattern (and finally listed it in my Etsy shop). Knit is 8 1/2″, Purl is 9″ and Granny Square is 10″. Still in progress I have the half size versions (for the caravan dolls house) and apart from these, my WIP is looking the same as last week. I’m hoping to begin a series (on 21st June) with some stories for small children and toys and games to make for them based around these characters…hopefully I’ll make more progress this week :)
Janine @ Rainbow Hare
I’m linking this post with Quilt Story for Fabric Tuesday
20 thoughts on “A Family Photo”
I'm sure Knit only sat still for about 12 seconds – that's usually about how long those “active” ones can last in a sitting position, I've found. Just wait – Purl will probably go through a similar stage – I bet she'll even … do cartwheels while wearing a dress!! Granny Square certainly has her hands full with those 2 :D
They really show personality – and the hair is fab on all three! X
A Quilter's Mission
Oh Janine…these are so cute! I love their names and story. Silly ol' Knit, he is a hyper one. He's lucky to have a Granny Square to watch after him.
it is lovely to meet the two new family members :)
Oh too funny! Knit behaves just like my redhead did ; ) Love him
I LOVE them so much!!! Love the names, the clothes, the characters, everything!!! How do you ever make those tiny little knitted clothes?!! The photos are fantastic too! I am looking forward to the series :)
Hahaha, I love them. Purl actually looks like a little girl that I know.
Oh that Knit is a cheeky fellow, isn't he!! Love this post. Your dolls are too adorable!!
What a fun family pics! Based on the weather you should give them some bikini as well, lol.
Cute dolls and photography looking forward to the series :)
So adorable, I love their knitted sweaters and clothes, you are so amazing!
Your little Knit family is super cute. What a great idea to add stories and games with these beautiful handmade toys.
Patchwork Mill, Maria
What a lovely family!
Hilarious – I did feel like I was watching a program from my childhood for a moment!
Susan at TheBoredZombie.com
heh, what cute mini-people and awesome fun pictures! Thanks for sharing them with us!
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Aw, such a sweet family, Janine! Those boys! Always trying to mess up a photo shoot. Glad you got him to sit nicely for a minute!
Nat at Made in Home
Such a cute family!
Archie the wonder dog
What a wonderful family!!!
Brilliant that you have a page devoted to the lovely family who share their wonderful stories with us!