Monday, February 22, 2010

It's a Knitting Jungle

I've wanted an excuse to make this adorable little elephant for quite some time. The pattern is easy and the result is too cute for words. I used two balls of Peaches and Creme yarn in the color Fiesta.
Meet Miss Ellie. She's ready for some hugs and kisses.

This is the Lacy Baktus. Quite the rage in blogland and Ravelry. Normally I choose the pattern then the yarn but this time the yarn chose the pattern.

I spun this from a small amount of roving that was purchased at the MD Sheep & Wool Festival a year or so ago. It's been sitting very prettily in a basket begging to be knit.

I called it Winter Birds because it reminds me of the birds hiding out in the trees during the winter storm.
I can't rave enough about this pattern. Love, love love it from start to finish.
Looks like everyone is getting a Baktus for next Christmas :).


Tia said...

OMG I WANT MISS ELLIE !!!!!!how cute is she ? Oh to be a kid again !

Grace said...

Miss Ellie is adorable, and your Baktus is great too!!!

Laura Neal said...

Love the elephant, that is just so cute! :) The scarf is pretty.

Bubblesknits said...

Gorgeous knits. I especially like Miss Ellie. :-D

Anita said...

Awww, Ellie is so cute!

And I love the Baktus, I'm gonna have to try that one myself. :)
Your handspun looks wonderful!!

gaylen said...

That elephant is stinkin' cute! And I love the Lacey Bakus from hand woven yarn. I'm jealous that you are cool enough to wear it! g

Channon said...

You are just a knitting machine! I'm a bit jealous.

Nichole said...

The elephant is SO stinking cute!

lahodges said...

OMG, your Miss Ellie is darling. Can you knit me one now? ;)