Thursday, February 08, 2007


Though they only seem to come in one size. We actually use a stripy knitted womb for our preparation for birth classes.

I've just found a pattern here OK?!


blog-blethers said...

I just remember my sheer panic when hearing THAT doll weighed just 7lbs!! What fantastic pictures too from your latest travels ... my feet are itching now! How's the garter stitch cardigan going? The handpainted yarn is absolutely gorgeous!

blog-blethers said...

Really??? I just remember my horror when I was told at my classes (in the dim and distant past) when I was told THAT baby only weighed 7lbs!! What beautiful pictures too from your recent travels. How's the garter stitch cardigan coming along? I loved the hand dyed yarn you chose for it

ra said...

cool. I told a workmate (male) about the prosthetic boobs that were on knitty for women who had had mastectomys. Now he wants me to knit him a pillow with a pair on! LoL!
Are you snowed in yet?
PS for drum carder see my latest post!

Jo said...

Came over to tag you with the ^ Weird things about you'll probably tell me you've already done it, lurking in your archives....again, but anyway it's just a bit of fun!

Heather in Beautiful British Columbia said...

Oh, those must get such laughs!!!

I could keep reading your blog for hours, but there's never enough time... your Thailand photos are wonderful and I enjoyed seeing a few of your knitting projects. Wish I was so motivated :)

ra said...

good luck with the nedles (no I'm not stalking you, just happened to notice!)

sarala said...

Knitted Knockers. How funny.
I don't knit but I taught myself crochet a couple of years ago. I don't do it as much since I got hooked on blogging.
Thanks for the link. I just noticed it today. It came as quite a pleasant surprise. I'll return the favor.
I look forward to reading more.