Thursday, March 05, 2015

Adding to the Prizes

 *First things first. 
I'm knitting a variation on this cowl. 
The pattern is FIT TO BE TIED. 
I love the Cowlgirls book that I bought.
I bought it used and it came like new. 

 It is just what I needed to inspire me.
I can't wait to show you my FIT to be Tied.

This is a photo card made from one of Zach's shots of Al's cat. 
Minion is a gorgeous rescue.  He is very dog like. 
He follows Al from room to room. 
He greets all guests. 
He is extremely social. 

If you win the yarny goodness on Saturday you will also win 5  of these note cards.  

Finally, Does anyone know of Preiser Miniatures?
My pal is trying to find them. She used to paint them and make scenes with them as a child. 
I've googled it but I wondered if anyone out there knows about them????


Teresa Kasner said...

Ohhh.. you got that CowlGirls book.. I should have bought that when I saw it at the alpaca farm! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Nancy Kay said...

Hmmm...very interesting pattern - Fit to be Tied. It looks wonderfully warm to wear. I'm anxious to see yours.

Great photo of the beautiful cat!

Katherine said...

I love the cat cards! Al's cat is very elelgant and I love your description of "dog like".

By Preiser Miniatures if you mean what I've always called Railway People, they are available on Amazon. I think they call them Preisers. I saw them when looking for miniature people for a doll house.

Mereknits said...

Zach is indeed very talented. Love that cowl.

Araignee said...

Love the cowl and the kitty card!

Amy at love made my home said...

The cowl is beautiful isn't it! Sorry though, cannot help with the miniatures. xx

Anonymous said...

That is SUCH a beautiful photo of Al's cat. Zach does good photography.

elns said...

I just love that title, CowlGirls, hahaha. The cat cards are beautiful!

KSD said...

That is one of my favorite knitting books. Anxious to see your result.

Beth Coleman said...

Love that cowlL

SissySees said...

Your kiddos are mighty talented, and so are you! Can't wait to see your cowl.

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