Hector and Paprika, the little field mice, had been playing catch and hide and seek all morning. When they got tired, they sat down on the boards of an old barn and enjoyed the first rays of spring sunshine.
Look over here, do you know who this is?
Some time ago I was looking for someone who wanted to start with me a joint project. I wanted to crochet an Amigurumi and was looking for a talented story writer, who would love to write a children’s story for the doll.
The Amigurumi exhibition in New York (http://resobox.com/amigurumi-artists-15/) begins on 11 December. I take part and my little package is already on the way there.
This time the organizers of the exhibition wanted to show how the Amigurmi culture is developing in each area of the world and they asked for a characteristic or feature of the country or local area.
(Continued from Wishes)
“What I want is a Smurfette”, said the sweet little girl. This time it was an easy request to fulfill because I remembered having seen the perfect pattern on AmigurumiBB’s blog. I was positive the little girl would like it.
“Cats are smarter than dogs. You can’t get eight cats to pull a sled through snow.” Jeff Valdez.
After I read that, I wanted to check it out for myself. “Mailiiiiin” I shouted, “call the dogs, we need to find out something.” Mailin whistled for the dogs and we tied them to the sledge.
As expected, they pulled the sledge obediently through the snow.