Wiggled out of that problem
Wednesday May 04th 2011, 11:14 pm
Filed under: Knit

This link courtesy of LynnM: who knew that Prince Harry, handknit fingerpuppets style, would think to plan against a small royal meltdown? (I wonder if the growly-faced one wanted one too.)

(Let’s see, do I cast off here or do I do two more inches on this shawl. Graceful long length vs the practicality of not snagging it on everything, and it’s laceweight but fairly wide so that factors in too. I think it does need another pattern repeat. Hmm.)

In other words, if I dither over it some more than I don’t have to stay up tonight doing that cast-off.

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I’ve always thought Prince Harry was fun, but wow… what a guy!! I love it. LOVE IT.

Comment by Channon 05.05.11 @ 8:24 am

who knew it was possible to knit your own royal wedding — and as finger puppets?! wow

Comment by Bev 05.05.11 @ 9:34 am

I’m starting to see the story in other places and am chuffed you heard the story from me first. I agree that the other little girl who looked so worn down and unhappy could have used something too, probably a nap mainly.

Comment by LynnM 05.05.11 @ 9:45 am

Three cheers for Prince Harry! And I just got through looking at the muppets on Diana Trohldahl’s blog.

Comment by Don Meyer 05.05.11 @ 11:48 am

A kindred spirit of yours!

Comment by twinsetellen 05.05.11 @ 4:53 pm

Alison, I immediately thought of you and your finger puppets when I heard this story. Hurray for Prince Harry!

Comment by Nancy G 05.05.11 @ 11:39 pm

Would like to take credit for sending Pr H links to your blog about finger puppets but apparently he was already on to being a Wonder Best Man – guess he read the right books! I wondered if the poor little “growly face” was having an ear infection? As a mum,I’ve seen that sort of face too many times.

Comment by Joan 05.06.11 @ 9:23 am

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