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Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Doll's Day: Naughty Kitty Cat

This blog is also in Dutch and in German
You haven't heard from me about Doll's Day for two weeks. I had forgotten to hit publish one week(oh oh)
and last week I was too busy. So today an extra large sized Doll's Day blog with lots of news.

Kitty Cat's eyes

Last time I told you that I had to laugh very loud about the eyes of Kitty Cat. I lost the back of the eyes to attach the eyes.
They went through my fingers and whoops they flew through the study: gone!

But I still wanted to use the eyes. I have therefore taken taps nuts of my hubby's toolkit and attached the eyes with it. A nice solution, isn't it. At one point we got a visit from a very cute cousin (a toddler). He was allowed to play with Kitty.
When he went home with his mom and dad again and we went cleaning up I saw Kitty Cat
with his eyes like this

No, of course I will not get angry. I had to laugh about it very much.

Luckily, Kattie thought that was a lot of fun too, and later on he made it even worse:

Well, there is a life in a crocheted cat, do not you think? Kitty Cat also liked to pose outside. He kept an eye on things and apparently
he wanted to try everything Poekie did:

That was fun! Woohoo on the scooter

Oh yeah and also visit Saartje Rabbit of course. Saartje loves Poekie and so
loves Kitty Cat too

Saartje was naughty. He looked very depressed to get Kitty Cat closer. He actually wanted
to bite in Kitty Cat's nose!!!!

Well, I finally get why Poekie doesn't come near Saartje.

Do you want to crochet this nice cat too? Go to this blog for further details

CAL Amanita on the Facebook group Crochet Friends

Yes, I did it but only with some rest yarn (not the salmon one of course).
That one is more than 40 years old. Well ehm, I suddenly feel very old, haha.

Designer Kenzi Mispeltoe Noe made a lot of work of this pattern. A lot of
nice pics and detailed information about e.g. how to fill the parts which are very small.
With a pair of tweezers. I won't tell you more details....

Part 1

Part 2

And we also had a bonus pattern attached to part 2, which I still have to make,
because I had been very busy with work and so on.

This is the result. Tadaa

Her back

As you can see, she has become a decoration for my bag. Frambloosje can go into the washing
machine at last, the poor kid.

CAL Nadagurumi Haekelfee from Oktober 2018

Facebook doesn't show all the posts, which I understand. There is just too much. So Facebook selects posts for you, so
I missed some information. I guess you do too.
That is why it is good that you read my blog, so that you can read this and more doll's day news. But because I don't see everything,
and I couldn't crochet for a while I had almost been kicked out of a group. Noooo, I told that I wanted to stay and started crocheting immediately,
which was quite a challenge, another German designer. But definitely lots of fun to make.
I even learned new words in German. "Popo" means something different than in Dutch (in German: your bottom).
In Dutch the youth calls it as a nickname for the police. So something completely different, haha. This was part 1

I also learned a new stitch (the hat). I find it quite a challenge...

And then she was finished.

Lady Spider walked to the loo spontaneously (I just don't get why she choose that particular place
and stays with the other (real life) spiders.

Hexagon cardigan for the baby

Yes, last weekend I gave this cardigan as a present. This is my favorite to make. I made it with Royal acryl from Zeeman with hook 3 and I bought some wooden buttons.
For more details about the pattern

Doll's day news

There are a lots of CALs so we can stay nice and warm at home. Here are two announcements
(click on the picture for more information which can be read by the translation service of Google

And there is an awesome CAL with a bear

Well. that was it for now. I hope you enjoyed reading it. Are you curious to read the

other doll's day blogs?
For the list please go to de Breimeisjes.

Thank you for your attention and I hope to see you next time.


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