Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Autumn Swap Knitting

For my swap partner on Green Parent Forum, Autumn Seasons Table Swap.
A felted collecting bowl, to show all Autumn treasures.

I used some of my own hand dyed, hand spun yarn ... how proud did I feel.

And lots of Autumn Buddies for Bits of Goodies Fall Swap, here enjoying the sunshine.

These were a joy to create, and came to life infront of my eyes.

Happy to sit on the nature table or to be used as finger puppets to tell stories and sing songs of the season.

18 comments:

arwen_tiw said...

So lovely! Your handspun is soo pretty. :)

Devonmama said...

Ooh I love your knitting! All of it lol! xx

Dawn said...

Beautiful. Your handspun, handknitted, felted bowl is gorgeous.

Love the acorn boy too, ave seen the pattern on Ravelry and very tempted to buy it, especially after seeing these lovely friends xx

Rose said...

Beautiful! All of it!

Arlenkern74 said...

lovely lovely xx

Susan said...

I love the little gnomes and long to live in their magical world.
Do you have a pattern? Love you, xoxo

Tammy said...

Darling items! Your swap partner is going to be so happy. :)

Linda said...

They are all so beautiful!! xo

Christina said...

I'm so impressed that you make your own yarn! And the little autumn buddies are so sweet. Beautiful work!

Joxy said...

Beautiful, utterly beautiful!

Jenevieve said...

Gorgeous! Your knitting is fabulous! :) x

Kelly said...

Happy, loving creations. I just love the little people. They have lots of character. How I would love to meet you in 2011. Let's promise to make it happen!

TwigandToadstool said...

those acorn boys are just awesome!
xo maureen

Imene said...

I love those little acorn man. They would be wonderful on my nature table

suzanne said...

Denise I just love the knitted baskets...handspun WOW. The little gnomes are gorgeous. I love the natural colours you have used.

A happy day to you Denise~!

Lots of love
Mrs Cullen (nudge nudge wink wink)

Jacqui said...

I am in awe of your handspun yarn - and of course your knitting is very much appreciated here - especially by little boys going to the library van in a 50mph wind:)
Still feeling the warmth of your lovely gifts. I couldn't find your email, so sent a message via the TM board. The postman will be calling soon in any case. xxx

Crunchy Diva said...

your knitting is lovely & your handspun is beautiful.

Catherine said...

You've done a beautiful job. I'm sure they will be love. xo