Friday, April 25, 2014

It's all relative


 There was a parade in my garden today,
  albeit a tiny one.
It was the festival of  new heaters, lovely lunches and hairy dogs.
Even though the tallest participant was only 8 inches high
it felt like a big deal.

(The fabric winner is Chris The Quilter - and that deserves a tiny parade too)

22 comments:

  1. They are impossibly cute, want to make them all! What sort of felt/fabric do you use Jodie? I used a very thin wool blend felt to make some of your rabbits and I was not a happy camper with it's pilling and general untidiness after a few hugs from my daughter. Obviously needs to be sturdier!!

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    1. Hi Tam, I use 100% pure new wool felt. i buy it from Winterwood, a store in Melbourne. they are also online. once you use it, you will never use anything else. it is sturdy and beautiful.

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  2. Now you need to get cracking on the 76 trombones.

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  3. What an adorable parade. Great to see them out in the lovely weather.

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  4. So sweet. Congrats to Chris. :)

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  5. They are fantastic! Wish I could have been there in person, cheering along.

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  6. Good thing the resident hairy beast didn't scare off the tiny parade of darling critters.

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  7. They would make the best friends ever for little people (and big people too!)

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  8. I want to join in and wave a tiny flag! Impossibly cute!

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  9. Ok....so.....please tell me you are releasing a pattern....I really need a parade in my garden....and wee little grand niece and nephew do too....Please...?????????????? I am absolutely certain I am not the only one....Made my day to see your happy Art!

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  10. I can't think of a better way to celebrate new heating than having a teeny tiny parade - they're adorable :)

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  11. um, Finn(the doctor!) sent a text to my hairy dog complaining that he wasn't invited to the parade party....animal psychologist has been called to make a 'welfare check' on poor Finn. ;p

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    1. Ina, thats so funny. I actually have a photo of Finn, during the photo shoot looking very puzzled . he is always at the photo shoots.

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  12. I loooove your tiny parade! especially the giraffe, I have always loved the way giraffes look.

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  13. Congratulations Chris the Quilter! The wonderful parade of animals are fabulous.

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  14. How can I buy the pattern to make these?

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Hellloooooo !!!!