Monday, November 13, 2006

Introducing Small Square Bear....



I made it safe and sound through two days of toddlers, and 25 hours in the car/on the road. Too tired to talk about it right now, though... Understandably, right????

Anyhow - I finished up the last WIP that I blogged about, so thought I'd show the final product... I hate doing all the final finishing work; you know, the stuffing, the assembling, etc. But I like it when stuff is done. Particularly when he makes me smile, like this little guy does...

Off to get some sleep....
It's nice to be back....

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ohhhh I love that square bear!!!! Those little stubby arms & legs are soooooo cute! I am glad to hear that you are back safe & sound. Looking forward to hearing all about it!

autum said...

Nice to meet you Mr. Square Bear. You look like a handful of sweetness!

bekka said...

what a darling! can't wait to read more about your mysterious trip to our nation's capital. is it one of those things wherein you could tell us, but would have to kill us?

missy said...

I think the best thing about him is his choice of reading.

Rohanknitter said...

Love that bear! I'm finding with my gnome, that the finishing and stuff isn't what I'd call fun. Maybe it'll get easier the next time........

capello said...

it is nice to have you back.

and omg, he's so cute.

Laurie said...

It's great to see a little knitted creatures that escaped from your own imagination.

Do you remember telling me once that you like people who are interesting a lot more than you like people who are nice? Well, something about that little bear makes me think she is, oh, so much more interesting than she is nice. I absolutely love her!!

Laurie said...

Sorry to speak up again so soon, but the title of that book is cracking me up. Is it meant as a joke? I mean perfect children doen't have to be raised, they simply spring from the cabbage patch already perfectly perfect, right!?!

beccamonster said...

How adorable! You've made me want to make my own small square bear or other square critter of some sort. As if I didn't already have enough projects. Grr.

kelp! said...

I absolutely love your square bear! It does look like he has a lot of reading to do...