Mormor has a new sweater (exactly like her old one, except for having three pearl buttons instead of one)…Thanks Rose!
…and Rose is knitting a new blue dress for a new sister (more about her later!)…
…the cats are ready to pounce on the escaping bits of yarn!
Mormor looks cozy in her new sweater, Rose looks quite busy, and of course, the cats are right in there too with their working play. Thanks for the homey scenes.
Rose is an inspiration, I wish I had her tenacity…the cats are always willing to help when strings are involved…and lovely Mormor is pleased with her three-button sweater – it doesn’t gape or let drafts in at awkward places!
Short but cute. (I’m trying to “get to know” the various dolls. Missed Rose. Thought she was one from yesterday.
Rose was carved by Judy Brown – she is the knitter in the Hitty family, and often helps me out with my yarn-projects too! One of these days she really is going to knit a Hitty Sleeping bag!
That’s one of my favourite shades of blue 🙂 Lucky new sister!
Mine too – somewhere between slate and cloudy seas…we are planning to knit several blue dresses so we can see which shade suits the the new sister’s wood!
Lucky Mormor to have Rose knitting for her. And you mentioned a new member of the HItty family?? Oh my
how exciting! Rose is creating a beautiful welcome for her.
We may be ready to show the new girl by next Scraphappy day…I will have to see. She is destined to live elsewhere, but she will be a sister!
By chance I found your website and these incredibly charming three k(n)itties. They are amazing and have (nearly) all that it takes to be really cute cats. It’s just a pity that I’m so little talented in needlework… – Best wishes from Germany for a merry Christmas 2021!
Thank you so much! I hope you might find a friend who can knit a kitty for you – the pattern is free on Ravelry:
Thanks very much! We love the wee tiny cats (free Ravelry pattern!) Maybe a friend could make you some knitted kittens…they are cute and don’t eat much!