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May 01, 2008



Julie I love your work your a very talented lady but you have excelled yourself with these tiny toys, they are sooo cute. I saw the picture of Honey with her little bunny and its so sweet, the person who manages to get their paws on her will be one lucky owner. Thank you for sharing the pattern its very kind of you. Keep up the amazing work.
♥ Raynor


You are so very talented. What makes it even better is that you're also so very generous. Thank you for posting this. They are so flippin' kee-ute! Love, love, love!


These are really darling. Thanks for posting the pattern and the helpful detailed photos.


so, so cute! thanks for sharing your creativity!


Julie, you are just so big-hearted. Thank you so much.

Michelle at Scribbit

Those are just darling! Perfect for little present toppers, tiny tree ornaments or pins


Oh GORGEOUS! Where are my needles ...


So adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. :)


These are adorable! Thank you so much, and for being so generous about selling them for charity too. I will make a few of these lovely little ones, and sell them to raise money for the Unit that is treating me . . .


Thank you again.


Waaayyy too sweet!!


I really loved making the bunny and the flower. Thanks so much for the pattern


wow these are amazingly cute! the instructions and pictures are great too, I'm going to start making a bunny right away.


O joy! Just what I was hoping to find when I cast my search net this morning. Adorable!


Nice to see u r all kids stuff .I am alos intrested to learn knitting basic things .If u have more pattern guide by email .


These are really sweet :)


hi, what a fab site and great cutties. my daughter is collecting monkeys for my new gandson, would it be possible to email the pattern.

Mama Urchin

Those little guys are so cute. I need to make some.

G Tanner

Thank you for such a wonderful little teddy pattern. My grandson was born a sleep at 22 weeks and this was the perfect size for him, as all other sized patterns were much too big, it also meant i could give him something personal and so that he was not alone. Once again thank you.


So cute, I love them all, thank you for the pattern!

Chris W.

Do you think I could use bigger yarn and needles? This would be a great project for young knitters. A quick accomplishment to encourage the craft. Replies?


well, instead of getting in the shower I have just spent the last hour and a half knitting and dressing a tiny teddy! I could sit and knit these all day! I will put her on my blog later...you are amazing and so generous sharing this delightful pattern!


hello julie,
thanks for the teeny tiny pattern. i enjoy making the bunny... thanks again....


I usually have a very hard to reading knitting patterns so I have been struggling with my knitting. I found this very easy to follow and for the first time the instructions didn't feel like they were in a foreign language.
I just wanted to thank you. This one post has given me a boost of confidence I won't soon forget.

Susan Miller

You do wonderful work. From reading your blog you certainly have your hands full and I wish you luck and prayers. You really need to publish your patterns. You could make some money. I know I would buy a book of your patterns. I love them and would really love to make them,I hope to be a grandmother soon. Good Luck....


You are so kind to allow me to knit these cute stockings. I am not such a good knitter but will try for Christmas. God bless


What a gorgeous, cute little bunny. Thank you so much for posting this. I'm currently making a smock for each of my friend's two girls and a sweater for her boy and I wanted a little toy to put in the pockets, so this is just perfect.


Hi! Love the critters....do you have a pattern to make a little monkey? I have a group of friends helping me make up some of the bunnies and bears to take to South Africa and would love to know how the monkey is made. Thank you

Rose Wilson

hello I love all your rabbits (honey) and the mice do you sell your patterns, I knit a lot of toys which I donate to my Grandchildrens Christmas school fete, as they are always looking for extra cash, and I am always looking for new patterns and ideas amny thanks Rose


Seriously, amazing!
My first ever knitted toy (crochet convert)
and this pattern was so well explained and is so incredibly cute!
Thanks so much!
This totally made my night :D


I am going to quit my job and just knit cute little bunnies and kitties and teddybears forever. Found you via Penguin UK's blog, which I found via Twitter, by the way.

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