by newrecruit 22 Jul 2015

This knitted garden was a collaborative project by my "knit and natter" group. It is on display in a shop window so not very easy to photograph!

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by lbrow 20 Aug 2015

Lovely work. Welcome to cute/Lillian

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by cfidl 19 Aug 2015

I love it! So glad you are getting exposure - keep it going!

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by killiecrankie 02 Aug 2015

Marvellous.Knitting the pieces was the easy part ,sewing them altogether & in some cases stuffing them as well ,is really the time consuming part.
How long did it take to complete?

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spendlove by spendlove 03 Aug 2015

It was done over a few weeks.

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by crafter2243 Moderator 02 Aug 2015

That was a lot of work and at times very small needles. Love the people. The whole thing is amazing

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by dragonflyer 30 Jul 2015

Remarkable...very clever, too!

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by pennifold 30 Jul 2015

So clever and such detail. I love all the hard work that has gone into this fabulous display. Love Chris

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by mops Moderator 30 Jul 2015

Lovely work! The group must have had some very creative planners and knitting all those different elements must have been great fun.

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by Leaha 29 Jul 2015

This is beautiful and the only way i could ever have such a garden. Thanks for sharing

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by markus 22 Jul 2015

It looks great

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by lilylady 22 Jul 2015

How cute is this, love all the work!

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by 02kar Moderator 22 Jul 2015

I wish my yard looked so good. Kudos to all who took part in making this work of art.

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by jrob Moderator 22 Jul 2015

I'd love to play in that garden. :)

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by marfa 22 Jul 2015

Super!

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by NancyBT10 22 Jul 2015

Amazing! It truly deserves store front display! You belong to a very creative and talented group. What fun you all must have together!

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by spendlove Moderator 22 Jul 2015

Well done - it looks great "in the flesh" as well.

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by shirley124 22 Jul 2015

Very nice. A friend of mine has done 3 of these over the years. She took them to the local Day Care Centre to show the elderly people. They were just so amazed at all the work she had put into them. She even had a clothes line with washing on it.

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newrecruit by newrecruit 22 Jul 2015

All the knitters are around 80 years old, how old do you have to be?!

shirley124 by shirley124 22 Jul 2015

Any age I guess lol. I have a upside down doll knitted by a lady well into her 80's. Some of them never give up. Just go into a old folks home and you will see them sitting in corners together knitting away. Hugs

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by dailylaundry 22 Jul 2015

Wow, so pretty and so very unique!! Well done!

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by airyfairy 22 Jul 2015

I have never seen anything quite like this. It is a work of art and absolutely beautiful.

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