Right and wrong don't apply to knitting patterns.
You drop stitches or you don't, that's all.
Amy Witting, "Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop".
You are certainly not the last person in the world to hear about this book - I found out from you and now have it on my wish list. What an amazing knitter. And the photographs are fantastic too!
This book is fantastic - I made Eddie Emu and gave it to my sister in law (who gave me the book). Now I want a flock of them - not just tea cosies - they make fantasic domestic sculptures. Loani Prior is lovely too. I mentioned the book on my blog and she sent me an email thanking me for the review. What a gal! Taph perhaps Santa will be good to you and Wild Tea Cosies will be in your Christmas stocking.
My local book shop had it in the window a few weeks ago surrounded by actual examples in Real Live 3D Life. I had no camera to hand, though, as I have not fully embraced this blogging thing. A delightful surprise in my day.
I made the Rosie Posy for my Wagga Show entry. The whole book is hilarious! Hope you get a copy for Chrissy : )
Sorry - that Yoyo one was actually from me!
Well here I am again stalking the lot of you who are buying my book and talking about it. How could I not LOVE that. I LOVE that. Stalk. Stalk. Knit. Knit. Sip. Sip. :-)Loani
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