Tuesday, 3 April 2012

WOYWW #148

Not 'What's on my Workdesk Wednesday' but What's on the arm of my chair Wednesday - doesn't quite have the same ring to it does it? Anyhow...............

 

Knitting pattern. Wool. Little bells. Buttons. Needles. That's it.

I am knitting a chicken for a friend's birthday and I am going to attempt to make a clown one! Should be fairly straightforward but we'll see. I can tell you are thinking 'a clown chicken?', sure, it makes perfect sense to me!

See if anyone else out there is more sane than me and has a proper workdesk too. Check this out.

 

 

22 comments:

trisha too said...

Makes perfect sense to me, too.

I actually knew a chicken or two who reminded me of clowns . . .

Happy Easter to you,
:)trisha
#38

Helen said...

Will look forward to seeing the finished chicken. or clown.. have a good week! Helen 18

Annie said...

What fun. Hope we get a show and tell when it's finished.
Hugs,
A x

Jumbleberries said...

A clown-chicken? Only you Famfa, only you ...

Happy WOYWW.

Have fun.

Jumbleberries xx

May said...

Sounds fun Famfa, looking foward to seeing him, Happy easter, Hugs May x x x No11

Spyder said...
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Spyder said...

I'll say that again, oops! I get the WORDS Chicken and Children muddled so I will look out to see what the finished item looks like! Thanks for my snoop!Have a great crafty week! HaPpY WoYwW!!
((Lyn))
#22

Suzanne said...

I spy buttons! Gorgeous zingy colours Suzanne #100

Neesie said...

Fairly straightforward eh!?!?!
I haven't knitted for years but always found it relaxing...well knit one, purl one kind of knitting obviously not your kind.
I can't wait to see the finished chick...

Have a wonderful Easter weekend...Enjoy Neesie #32:D

Miriam said...

Ooh, I see pretty buttons!!

Thanks for sharing.


Miriam #107

CraftygasheadZo said...

Sounds intriguing! Take care, & enjoy peeking at the WOYWW desks this week. Zo xx 78

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I'm laughing at the clowns and chickens going to gether. Good luck with the knitted chicken. I would love to see the finished one. Have a great Easter and happy WOYWW from #6.

Judie savage-lovell said...

cant wait to see the chicken or the clown lol - thanks for the peep

Hugs
Judie no 121

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love that packet of multi coloured bells, they're pretty! So, you're not averse to a tickle under the chin either, eh?? Mmmm, had heard but didn't like to mention it *grin*.
Hugs, LLJ #7 xx

carrad said...

Hi Famfa, just making you aware, if you didn't realise, that you are my giveaway winner!

Please get in touch with my email as soon as you can with your address for me to send it to xxx

Twiglet said...

Hope we get to see it later! Such a cold snowy day here - I have been happily sewing and watching the snowflakes fall.

Sunshine Girl said...

Sounds ok to me! love your Elmos on the previous posts too. Hope you have a great Easter - Sunshine Girl no. 57

Hels Sheridan said...

I admire anyone who can knit... if I tried to make a chicken it would resemble a scarf lol LOVE your Elmo cake BTw, he is soooo fab!

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...a clown chicken does not sound easy at all even just the chicken, but then your good at these things, will be good to see finished piece...have a loVely Easter...Mel :)

Becky said...

Sounds fun!! Well, it made me laugh! :)

butlersabroad said...

You're really doing my head in you know! Your post has disappeared on the other blog and two others arrived in it's place, lol! I'm confused enough already!!

Hugs
Brenda

BumbleVee said...

knitting a chicken..... well, to me that sounds amazing...seeing as I don't know how to knit...AT all...

looking forward to seeing it done... check out my felted goose.....

Vee
#156