Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Rounding up the ponies....



 ....just in time for the Holly Fair at my church. Christmas is coming and so are the ponies. They are all dressed up and looking for new homes.

I can't take any credit for the idea. My sister in Oregon is the one who came up with the design. Aren't they cute? They were fun to make and a great diversion from my blanket squares.

With their googly eyes they seem to take on their own personalities.
Thanks, Sis, for sharing your idea with me :)

happy knitting :)

Edited 11/10/2011 - -  Since my sister is blogless and is not a part of ravelry yet, she has given me permission to sell her pattern for her. I listed her unique pattern for sale today. Details an be found here:  Candy Cane Pony Pattern from Hollinger's Fiber Farm on ravelry.
Any questions or comments are welcomed. Thank you :)      

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  1. They are ADORABLE!!! Your sister is a genius!

  2. Obviously, creative design and knitting talent runs in your family. The ponies are cute and will sell quickly.

  3. Those horses are absolutely adorable!!

  4. Adorable! These will sell quickly. Lots of talent in your family!

  5. That's adorable... Is there a pattern you could share? Cute!!!

  6. What a great idea! I hope you're well stocked!!!!

  7. Pattern coming soon to ravelry.

  8. Those are so cute!! I need to make some for the girls.

  9. How darling! They are happy and fun. Thank you and your sis for sharing the pattern, too. You've probably already had your Church bazaar by now - bet they went like hotcakes. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours ~

  10. Adorable, my SIL would love them, she's a horse nut. Good luck at the bazaar, hope you sell lots.
    Thanks for the visit and nice comments, appreciate both. Good luck with your squares, sometimes it's hard getting it all in.

    New blog background...very nice.

  11. Love those! I just wish I had little ones to share them with. Still, I might have to check out that pattern. Is it hard to do?

  12. oh my gosh!! wish i had seen this sooner. i would've made a batch for my students. they're adorable!


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