Thursday, July 15, 2010

Roly poly PIG

Meet Madam Pig.



And her six wee piglets.



They are preparing themselves to go to the county fair.



Where they will charm the judges...



And delight the  masses...



With their roly poly antics.

I <heart> them!

The pattern is from LiEr at Ikatbag.

6 comments:

  1. Hello there! Thanks for inviting me to come see your new Family Oink. They turned out really cute! And I loved that the pattern was your birthday present to yourself. I should buy those kinds of presents for myself, instead of dumb stuff like hair irons and knife blocks and nutella. Good luck at the fair, piggies!

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  2. So cute... adorable. I came here from Gingerbread Snowflakes and I am so happy you won the book since I can see you doing some amazing things with it. I wonder if you can put round small magnets in their noses and on the side of mamma so they could really attach to her. Maybe not... they are absolutely wonderful just the way they are. I bet they will win the first price at the state fair ;)

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  3. The piglets do attach to Mama Pig with pink velcro (I ordered it from Seattle Fabrics). Magnets could work too, but they might be a choking hazard should they become dislodged from the piglets snouts. I really don't know what to expect at the fair, but I'm just a nerd and want to enter my pigs in the fair just like people do with their real pigs. Tee hee!

    I can't believe I won that giveaway from Gingerbread Snowflakes! I'm so excited to make some cute, cute things for Christmas this year!

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  4. [...] like a special ops guy (he’d like that description) through the displays and straight to Madam Pig.  Before I knew it, he was back at my side. “Second,” he [...]

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  5. I think these are adorable and my daughter would love it for her upcoming birthday. Can you please post a link or send me the pattern to my email because I want to send the pattern to my mom so she could make it in time for my daughters birthday. Thanks

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  6. You can purchase the pattern from its author LiEr at Ikatbag.com. Here is the link. It's such a charming pattern!

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