Mum's thinking of knitting again
|Knitted Christmas Trees|
She nose I luffs helping….
I'm really good at unravelling the ball of wool
Notice how the end is missing on one of the needles…
Yep that was me….
And as for the label from the ball of wool…..
I'm in for a very very busy weekend!
Loves and licky kisses
Doing some good work there your Knitliness... wait!... CHRISTMAS TREE??????????????????????..... OMD the end (of the year) is nigh... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
BOL, we are sure you will be a big help...ReplyDelete
Those knitted Xmas trees look interesting.
Elliot and Cricket x
A knitted Christmas tree? We can't wait to see the end result!ReplyDelete
I have never seen a knitted tree. can't wait to see one. BOL BOL on the end of the needle. I am minust the back of a rocker on my favorite chair and one knob on my dresser.ReplyDelete
Wow, that sounds like a great thing to knit. Good of you Princess Leah to help the Mom. We bet she appreciates your help a lot. (Not) You all have a great day.ReplyDelete
We'd never thought about knitted trees before.ReplyDelete
Good job there!ReplyDelete
nothing like a bit of dogervisingReplyDelete
Princess Leah this confirms it you must be 1/4 Feline...playing with yarn is an art form!!ReplyDelete
My mom cannot knit...she says her left paw has a mind of its own. She does crochet though. We look forward to seeing the beautiful knitted tree!!
Hugs to your all and your grandpeeps madi your bfff and mom
You're a grrrrreat helper!ReplyDelete
wow what a brilliant idea to knit a christmas tree!!!! but the mama still works at the sweater she promised her dad as he turned 40 (he is 72 now) so I have some doubts that the tree will be ready till christmess eve...ReplyDelete
Wow, you're so helpful!!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, you are one helpful girl!!ReplyDelete
Dear Princess Leah,ReplyDelete
I think I would like to chew on one of those sticks. Would you save me one?
We bet she is thrilled at all your helpReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
We know you're mum is happy you're there to assist. Is she making a bonsai Christmas tree?ReplyDelete
And you are very good too!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
Wow, are you ever helpful! Don't over-do this weekend --- try to get some rest!ReplyDelete
A knitted Christmas Tree????? How interesting!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Well done Princess Leah, you obviously need to show your mum how to start off her knitting. Tell her she could use some Sugru for the missing end of that needle, or all her hard work will roll off the end of it.ReplyDelete
Good girl. Mummy can be proud to have you as little helper.ReplyDelete
Kisses and hugs from your Casper.
HOLY TINSEL TOES! Knitted Christmas trees??! OMD, those sound FABulous!!! Your Moms is awfully crafty!ReplyDelete
You are being so helpful with the knitting project! Looks like fun!ReplyDelete
Your mum is lucky to have you help her with her knitting.ReplyDelete
We love to see you keeping your Mama on her toesies!!ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
My chi boys always think they need to be right in the middle of whatever it is I'm doing. Sometimes I enjoy it, other times it's an annoyance.ReplyDelete
It's pretty clear who is in charge over there, Princess! BOL! I bet that knitted tree will be fun to play with, too, when your mum is done with it. I mean, she's making it for you, right? :)ReplyDelete