Here we are, finally!
From the left: John, Susan, Titty and Roger. The Walker kids, also known as the Swallows from Swallows and Amazons. Clearly you can see a family resemblance.
We have come to stay with Auntie Ulla so she can make more clothes for us and play with us. She has sent 74 dolls out to to world to be adopted before us, so it is high time she gets some dolls too to play with.
We too will be registered with identity cards from Unicef, and four more real kids out there somewhere will get their vital vaccinations against out fees.
We have not yet had time for new adventures, but Susan's cardigan is finally finished (Auntie is one of those knitters who make their yarn last longer by unraveling the knitting from time to time and starting again) with a smaller decorative stitch. For me she knitted this scarf last night, to match my pullover, socks and beanie.
I think we are going to have some tea with biscuits soon. I'm planning something nice with Auntie, I hope we can show that to you next time.
Keep warm, the wind is still cold!
Pleased to met all the Walker Kids and Auntie has knitted you a beautiful warm set...ReplyDelete
Lovely little family, Ulla. Wow, that many UNICEF dolls...Bravo. You are good people.ReplyDelete
Hienoja! Noissa onkin tekemistä.ReplyDelete
What a lovely family. Your Unicef dolls are all adorable and congratulations for having made so many.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Arthur. Always a pleasure to see that you have visited!Delete