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Old 07-16-2007, 06:35 AM   #71
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Thanks for the link, but they don't ship to here... never mind *sniff* *sniff*
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Old 07-16-2007, 09:22 AM   #72
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I found it at KnitWitts and at Carodan Farm. They both say they ship internationally. I didn't specifically look for Singapore though. I found a couple other places, but they only offer the kit and I didn't like the yarn in the kit so I didn't even check to see if they shipped internationally. We'll get you working on your hedgehog yet
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Amanda I love yous with the colored yarn for the face etc, very cute! I finished the first bit of short row shaping last night!
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Oh check it out!!

Yes my cat is bizzare and likes to sit in the bathtub.

Okay question, am I going to have to CUT a hole to insert the eyes and nose?? I don't see how I can get the dull ends through all that hard fabric. I think I felted it a bit too long because I wanted the back to felt better, it didn't seem to want to felt nearly as much as the front did.
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Old 07-17-2007, 01:39 AM   #75
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Did you not sew it up with cotton to remove after it was felted? If you didnt, you can cut felted fabric and resew it after you attach the eyes and stuff it.
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Old 07-17-2007, 02:10 AM   #76
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Those are sooo cute!! I must make one!
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well it never said to do that with the eyes lol it said to do that with the "butt" to baste it, I had no idea!! lol oppsy!
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You should be able to use the hole in the butt to put in your eyes and then stuff it.
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Glad I read from the top down! That last post would sound awful taken out of context!!

The Hedgies are adorable!! Everyone has done a fantastic job
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Glad I read from the top down! That last post would sound awful taken out of context!!

The Hedgies are adorable!! Everyone has done a fantastic job
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