Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Slithering….

Onto my blog, the first finish of the year.

what a handsome chap

Pattern  and yarn by Deramores, actually he’s supposed to be a girl called Susie, but I think he’s a Boy called Sue!

 

Comments on: "Slithering…." (22)

  1. Joanne S said:

    Haha! So NOT a spring shawl or sweater. But, a spiffy spring argyle snake. 🙂

  2. Love her/him! So cute and well done on completing your first make of the year.

  3. What a cutie! I’ve never wanted to cuddle a snake before, but now I do.

  4. What a dear little snake, I love his big eyes 🙂

  5. He/She/It is just stinkin cute!

  6. Wonderful, Cathy!

  7. Looks like a great way to use up a lot of oddments. Looking at all the half balls I’ve got lying around I think could make a whole den of them in various colours. Invent a new breed with multicolour diamonds along their backs 😊

  8. A Boy called Sue, perfect! He looks like a boy even if he does have pink markings. 🙂

  9. Sue Snake made me smile.

  10. Murtagh's Meadow said:

    Cute

  11. If all snakes looked like that, I might get over my fear of them. It is too cute!

  12. 😀 Love the boy called Sue 🙂 😀

  13. Sssssooo cute!!! I love the play on the names as well. I hope you have a fun place or little friend to play with him:)❤️❤️

  14. claire93 said:

    Sue made me laugh lol

  15. Aha! So, it’s a snake is it? I was sort of on the right track with ‘dragon’s tail’ though.
    Will Sue be a draught excluder?

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