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THE TRUE PURPOSE OF PLANNING

if i were to be super honest, I would confess and say that the real reason i like to plan is purely down to the stationary. how wonderful. another thing for me to buy. another pretty thing for me decorate and make my own. another item to fill my house with. i am not alone. […]

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size isn’t everything

  at IBK, we’re proud to be small. teeny. tiny. the smaller the better in fact. who doesn’t want a mini amigurumi teddy bear to carry around with them? this little guys stands a little more than a centimeter, but you won’t find him complaining. the best gifts come in the smallest packages and he […]

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A GLITTERING EYE OPENER

It’s a weird thing to post about – eyes. You would be surprised how much of a trial and error it is to find the right pair of peepers. Recently, I have been trying my best to be a bit more adventurous. I am usually quite purest and go for the solid black eyes as […]

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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11…

Shhhhhh,
i’m counting!

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hats off

i feel a little bit behind the curve writing this – it has been bitterly cold for a while now. did i say cold? i meant absolutely FREEZING. these are the hats that i made from a WOOL AND THE GANG (WATG) pattern. this was a really easy pattern to follow and with the gorgeous […]

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“just one more row”

i said three hours ago

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small but mighty

do not be fooled by their tiny stature, these iddybiddy handmade creations are more than what they seem. when struggling for storage – less is most definitely more

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i have enough yarn! said no knitter ever

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fluff, fluff, fluff

i am not going to lie, this is not the easiest medium to work with. it’s really hard to see the stitches and know what on earth is going on half the time. but the results are great and i am very pleased with how everything has come out. sheep have been the obvious ones. […]

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inspiration

welcome to the miniature land of incessant creativity. the knitting never stops, although it might sometimes take a well deserved tea break!

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