Cozy crocodile egg!!!! Quimper humans sure pamper their guests 😃 Lovely work shared!!!
We have never had a reptile egg to take care of, we’ll have to do some research!
What a nice blanket for the crocodile egg. It should keep very warm and cozy.
The block twins are happy about the new cosy blanket, and hope the baby croc will like it, once it hatches!
Of course…nothing is very easy with them….I thought for sure each of them would have a blanket, but a crocodile egg! Well, it seems that there will be more to come….beautifully made.
We really enjoyed the entrelac knitting, though aren’t quite satisfied with the result yet…the block twins think it is just right though, so that is encouraging!
Absolutely delightful! I love how you always have a surprise for us 🙂
The funny thing is that the block twins are so serious about it all!
oh my! won’t we all be surprised if that egg produces an entrelac crocodile baby.
We aren’t quite sure what kind of reptile will emerge – we are all fascinated with Madame Croc’s little thank you gift!
Oh My! A crocodile egg! It is going to be a fun Easter in the Hitty cupboard
Indeed it will! New Easter bonnets, baby crocodiles, what could be more exciting?
I KNEW that Croc egg was going to be reappearing…and so cozily. Love those blankets!! The Quimper human is just a wonder worker. I will be waiting to see that Crocodile baby bonnet!
Oh dear I didn’t think of that – yes I had better get planning a crocodile layette….
Lovely blankets ………can’t wait to see what happens with the croc egg
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