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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

New House


I've been house knitting again. 

It is Spring, as this time the tree at the side has a carpet of bluebells underneath. One of my favourite flowers. And difficult to photograph, but at the other side of the house a naughty little fox has tipped over the dustbin.



At the back of the house grows a rambling yellow rose, and the gardener who has just gone in for a cup of tea, has left his shovel propped up against the wall next to a small pile of earth. On the roof sits a white dove.


This house is also off to Ginx Craft on Etsy, and the pattern is still available on ravelry, Craftsy and Etsy. There may be a few more on the way, as hubby has suggested that I make him his own little pub.

31 comments:

  1. Your house is so sweet and the detail is amazing.
    Ali xx

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  2. it's just gorgeous - another wonderful work

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  3. I love all the quirky and fun details.

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  4. Another super house. I love how you've managed to put so much detail into them xx

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  5. Ok, I love all of your creations, but this is just the cutest ever, especially the little fox and the bluebells. Thanks so much for sharing on Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in next week's issue.

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  6. These houses are just getting better and better! I love the roses on this one.

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  7. So many adorable little details. And yes, definitely a pub or two!

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  8. So much to see and love. Love it all! The roses and the fox are my favorites. Your projects are always so cute

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  9. Adorable! Thanks for sharing this sweet house!
    Have a fabulous weekend!
    Hugs from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  10. Very cute little house, I love how they all have a little back story too!

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  11. I love the fox detail and the lovely flowers. Having your own pub is a great idea.

    Jan x

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  12. Ah, it is really lovely - you are so clever. Hope you have a good week.

    Jill, Christmas Pie Crafts

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  13. Another stunning house, I love all the different details you put on them - especially the fox and the dustbin!

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  14. AMAZING, absolutely love this, the details are great. I agree a pub would be a great idea.

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  15. Aww this is fab! I loooove Mr fox! As always your fantastic eye for detail makes this really special :) x

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  16. This is adorable!
    Check out my house patterns -
    quiltartdesigns.blogspot.com

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  17. Oh my how fun I love that you have been house knitting!!!

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  18. That is an awesome knitting project! I haven't seen anything like this before. My daughter would love it!

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  19. I am TOTALLY *LOVING* THESE! - And, can't help thinking, that if you had enough of them, you could attach them to a knitted up Quilt or a thicker "hook"-rug and build a VILLAGE! - Would be "entertaining" for a small child... great for Story-Telling..?
    :-D

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  20. this little house is sooo cute! and that bird on the roof ah that's your finishing touch ;-)

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