Saturday, March 19, 2016

Spring Spring Spring...and Break

 These little beach buddies are a class at my LYS. 
They look ready for Spring Break. 
I've never been able to knit such little things.
I love the bikini bunny and her tail is adorable. 


The winds took down our neighbors falling apart privacy fence.
They are not the kind to fix it.
The fence fell on my poor St. Francis' head and I dont know if I can  repair him. 

 Fireman is installing a small latch to keep the Fezzik out of my yarn.
I've never had a cat so yarn fixated. 
Thankfully the times he has gotten into the cabinet, he doesnt eat the yarn. He just tangles it and drags it around. 
No more! 


12 comments:

Sandra said...

How do you keep Fezzik away from your yarn as you are knitting?

Judy S. said...

That bunny is a hoot! You must have got the remnants of our wind? Maybe you need to teach Fez how to knit? Hope you're having a good weekend!

Tired Teacher said...

I replaced my fence last summer: my neighbor's dog was eating the fence. As Robert Frost said, "Good fences make good neighbors."

One of my knitting buddies has trouble with her cat obsessing with yarn, too.

Teresa Kasner said...

I hope the neighbors clean up their mess so you don't have to look at a toppled fence. How nice of FM to fix stuff for you. Of course Fezzie loves yarn as his mummy loves it. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Araignee said...

Oh, no. Bad fence. The wind had been terrible here too. Yarn is just too tempting to kitties. I have the same problem-also with my handknits. They tear them up if they get their paws on them.

Betsy said...

Those bunnies are so cute. Ready for summertime fun. :-) we had a bad windstorm a few months ago that toppled trees, fences and tore off roofs all over our city. We were lucky and just lost a few shingles. Hope the fence gets fixed quickly. We used to have a kitty that loved to "help" me knit. He was so cute about it, I couldn't stay mad at him.
Blessings,
Betsy

The Well Fed Wheel said...

It seems like there's been an aweful lot of high wind situations lately. It blew our patio furniture clear out into the pasture and that's quite a feat considering that it's cast iron furniture. It was down right scary.

Delighted Hands said...

Sorry about the neighbors fence falling onto your side! We have had an abundance of higher winds here, too. The bunnies are cute but I haven't had much draw to knit little animals myself. The anti-cat device on the cabinet is an excellent idea!

Mereknits said...

Bummer about the fence. What cat doesn't like yarn?
Hugs,
Meredith

Dee said...

Maybe Fireman can tackle that fence next. I know you hate to do your neighbor's job, but........

The fence behind us keeps falling half way down and so far, we have NOT figured out how we can FIX it from our side other than just propping it up which is a temporary fix at best. I'm trying to figure out how they do not NOTICE this. :::sigh:::


Giroux won't take things OUT of the yarn cabinet, but he sure will get grabby while I'm working it up. LOL

Mrs. Micawber said...

All right-minded creatures like playing with yarn. Too bad you can't teach Fezzik to knit.

Bummer about the fence! In our village most yards don't have them, which can be an advantage or a disadvantage depending on how well people care for their property....

Hilarious bikini bunny! Happy Spring, Kathy. :)

Jennifer said...

Total bummer about the neighbor's fence falling. :(

Maybe you could send Fezzik to mess with their yarn stash? Mwahaha!

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