Sunday, 17 June 2012

Thimble Pip

A little bit French continues with this thimble pip.
I've not made one before, but Cheryl's instructions are very clear and concise.

It was quite fiddly to do, but well worth it in the end.

As you can imagine, Daniel thought of every possible use for it, apart from it's intended one, but at least it showed he liked it, lol.  He thought it was a perfect alternative to a Red Nose for Red Nose Day, or else we could add a body to make a frog. 

There are two more parts for this section, hopefully, that should be done today.

8 comments:

Evie Jones said...

This is really beautiful.

Terry said...

That's so cute! :0)

Rudee said...

Now that's really clever work.

Maggi said...

Very lovely. I like Daniel's idea about the frog!

Annie said...

That is just darling! I'm sure Cheryl will be delighted at your son's creative uses for her project!

Tudy said...

Very nice.

Linda said...

That is so cute. I've never heard it called that before but I like it.

Knitting Linguist said...

Oh, wow! I really love this - such perfect detailing, and so beautiful (and useful!).