Monday, November 19, 2007

Pidges and Puds

The lovely Val from DottyCookie very kindly posted the pattern for her fab Christmas Pudding patch and I couldn't wait to try it. Of course, not having an iron my knitting rolled up so I solved the problem by making two patches, sewing them together, stuffing them and making a plump pudding instead. It was very quick to make and it was the perfect size for....yes, you guessed it...

But Mr. Pigeon couldn't eat a whole woolly pudding all by himself...








5 comments:

dottycookie said...

Oh how cool is that? I am so proud :-)

I'm not sure puds are good for pigeons though ...

two hippos said...

So much fun! I bet he could eat a whole pud, if he's anything like a london pigeon that is.

lucykate crafts... said...

hi, thanks for visiting my blog and for the link, your pigeons are very sweet, and i really like your blog banner!. the fabric i used for the christmas owls is stuff which i've collected over the years, mainly from little patchwork fabric shops here in the uk, i tend to rummage through their bargain bins for offcuts, so only have small pieces to work with (which is why i started making mini softies!)

two hippos said...

I've just popped over to Little cotton rabbits, you must be a great knitter! I can not knit with more than 1 colour even stripes as the tension goes, have always hankered after a kaffe fassett creation but have never managed it. Miss T's school are going to have a knitting club after school and have thought about enrolling with her to overcome my phobia!

Di said...

Cool pudding and I like your pigeons! First time visitor but I'll be back!!