I didn’t know this was a mole until I sewed the different pieces together and saw what it was. It’s a mole (mullvad), with moleskine!
I didn’t know it was a girl until I named her Molly at flickr, and didn’t know Foxy was a girl either until the she was flickered (uploaded to Flickr).
I like to give names to my creatures. Names are important. Molly is a cute name. Perhaps I should ad a pink bow to Molly…
Yarn was bought at the super market last winter for a fuzzy cap, just because the yarn was so cheap. When I came home I realized I didn’t want a brown cap at all!
Moleskine Inspiration (not mole)
- Kathrin’s beautiful moleskine diaries
- Flickr’s group The Moleskinerie Pool
- Not a mole, but a Angela Moll – beautiful quilts with written word on!
- and lastly a picture of a real mole – in the house!
Oj, va s?t!
Awfully cute. And how serendipitous – I just bought my first moleskine journal yesterday and posted about it in my blog! Ha!
that is soooo sooo cute
I just love your crocheted little animals! they are sooo cute :) makes me want to crochet too – but I’m strangely afraid of beginning, since I really suck at “controlling” crochet *hehe* but I hope to get there soon, at least I get inspired to do so, every time I come by here.
shes so cute!
Molly is sooo adorable! I want to cuddle her! I?m working on a little knitted mouse and hope to finish her soon. By the way, I just tagged you :-)) Hope you don?t mind!
hanna, your projects are always so cute. i love your little mole friend, and the bunny, too!
and your mirror ball by the window creates such a beautiful effect in the room!
[…] Mullis is the little brother of Molly that I finished last year. She is one of my favourits, that I will keep for me, but Mullis is for sale in my shop. I crocheted both these amigurumi softies free hand with no pattern. […]