Friday, 16 September 2011

FO Friday: A Chirpy Ta-Dah!

Yarn: unspecified aran weight scrap (maybe alpaca?) 
Needles: 3.25mm DPNs

He seems to have made a little nest (out of bright red yarn) above our Nature Table, but every time I try to get a better closeup he flies away. I'll keep trying.

It's a very beautiful sunny September day so I'm off into the garden with Little Miss - looking forward to checking out the other Finished Objects at Tami's later. 
(Her FO is a teeny tiny elephant - go take a look!) 

Have a wonderful Friday 


  1. Awwwww!!!he looks amazing, i like your photo of him he he!

  2. Oh, so cute!

    By the way (in response to your comment on my blog) I have a tiny bit of yarn left over from my sock, and will obviously have the same again from the second - not sure if it will be enough for hexipuffs, but when the second is done I'll happily send the leftovers to you - might work for striping or something! No promises on how soon the next sock is done though ;)

  3. Hi Sarah...Aww...what a sweet bird... I was looking forward to this Ta-Dah... Thanks! :)x

  4. Lovely little guy! Thanks for commenting on my blog.

  5. What a cuty! The sun is indeed finally out! I'm going to enjoy some of it too!

  6. Oh, LOVE chirpy! What a cutie!

  7. Oh how sweet is chirpy !!! love him..

  8. He is a cutie!!!And love the pictures!!The rainbow looks good too!!

  9. Oh how cute. Logans just seen it and wants a pet bird now lol

  10. Love the birdie & the photo is fab. :)

  11. Adorable! Love the filters you used to take the picture, too.

  12. Crochet with Raymond16 September 2011 at 21:12

    very cute!!! :OD

  13. How adorable. I've crocheted a similar birdie and was thinking of making one in every colour of the rainbow for Easter next year :)

  14. Your little bird is so cute!


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