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Presenting Tiny....

My friend's son has an imaginary friend- a bunny named Tiny. I just think it's the sweetest thing EVER.

Apparently, Tiny can be naughty and is responsible for a whole slew of mischievous behavior at her house. Tiny also has been known to jump out the car window- requiring my friend to pull over to give him a chance to catch up. It's just so sweet.

Tiny was born red, and has since metamorphasized to purple. I have wanted to knit Tiny for a long time, and I am so tickled to have finally completed this loving task. Tiny is safely in the arms of his boy- his sister is the one who got the elephante.

Tiny is from the Last Minute Knitted Gifts book and is made from Swish Superwash from knitpicks. The yarn was soft and squishy just the way Tiny should be. I wish I had an entire army of these.


Shauna said…
I love Tiny Too!! You are so very creative and clever and talented!! And I don know so!! :) Just in case you are saying, well, I don't know about that...!! Adorable!! :)
Shauna said…
Hello! I'm hear again, just to say hi to "Tiny." Hi Tiny!!! THinking of y'all mit love from Seattle!
Anonymous said…
I just had to tell you how happy M was to get this prefectly purple pal. It was a terrific gift and he is well loved. When Daddy was departng for a week in N. Carolina- M decided that Tiny must make the trip to keep Daddy safe. So, Tiny made the trek buckled safely into the front of the Toyota. Thank you again for the fantastic homemade gift!

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