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Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Spooky at Try it on Tuesday

Hello Everyone. Nice of you to call in at Jumbled Crafts and thank you for the comments you leave it is always encouraging to hear what people think. A warm welcome to my latest follower Ingrid.

Lovely animal crafts last time for the challenge at Try it on Tuesday and now for the new challenge.

 It is Spooky so make something that you think will fit the theme and join us for the challenge.  If you need inspiration there are lots of ideas from my fellow team mates so pop to TIOT and be inspired.


I knitted two 'Zombies' The one on the left was a pattern from the Knit your Own Zombie book by Fiona Goble. The one on the right is based on the book but with my own ideas and colours etc. All you need is odd balls of wool and imagination really--as Sam says in her comment it is useful to know how to knit as well :)

 Here they are on a day out to Scarborough's old cemetery-a must visit place if you are ever in the area.

Can't wait to see what everyone makes so hope you join in with us.

Love Chrissie x





20 comments:

  1. Love your zombies and they look so good on the gravestones! Just fantastic, you have a wonderful imagination! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. What a gorgeous and fun couple. Your collage is very creative and interesting.
    Have a great day, Chrissie!

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  3. JUST AMAZING!
    I love your knitted zombies Chrissie..

    and I like so much that you made such a great digi Collage with them...
    looks fabulous !!!
    xxx
    Susi

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  4. Fabulous Zombies Chrissie definitely Spooky! Great imagination.

    MaggieH

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  5. What fantastic couple you've made, Chrissie! This is a very original Spooky work.
    Hugs, Mar

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  6. They are so cool Chrissie ! You are such a talented lady ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  7. Oh wow - how stunning they look in the cemetery! Someone at art college did their final work photographing like that - yours is better! Nikki

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  8. Love your Zombies (especially your own creative one) Love the artwork showing them in the cemetery
    Avril xx

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  9. Love your knitted Zombies, hugs Bee

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  10. Your zombies look positively scary, Chrissie! Such wonderful makes, gosh, love your tremendous creativity! Hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  11. I love your line, all you need is odd balls of wool and imagination, ermmmm.....you need to be able to knit too - lol!!

    But I'm pleased you can as I love both your zombies, they look fantastic and esp in that graveyard scene - fantastic xxx

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  12. Oh boy Chrissie, these are so fun and so creepy at the same time! What a fantastic project! Love the little skulls on her tie! hugs :)

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  13. Chrissie, I love these two characters, they are fantastic. Bet they enjoyed their day out.
    Yvonne x

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  14. Brilliant! I love your fabulous zombies.
    xxx Hazel.

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  15. Hi Chrissie! Am still chuckling over the fact that there is a book called 'knit your own zombies'. Now, why isn't that one on the shelves at work? (Well I haven't seen it, I shall check the catalogue if I remember tomorrow). Thanks for visiting me, sorry I don't get over that often. Great zombies btw - not sure I would want to be cuddling them at night though!! Cindy x

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  16. What fun! Happy decorating.

    Hugs,

    Marianne xo

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  17. These are astonishing, I really like the lady zombie with her fair-isle leggings, her gilet with the skeleton belt and her very wild face and hair. Super knitting, Chrissie. No offence to the green zombie, I like him too (although he looks mild in comparison).

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Thank you for all of your comments. Reading them brings precious moments. Isn't it great to be able to be in touch with so many nice people in this way.