Tunnels and Bridges

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Opal and Agathe were overwhelmed by all the petticoat knitting in the cupboard – everyone seemed obsessed with knits, purls, yarn-overs and eyelets. It all seemed a bit useless to them, and a bit tedious to listen to…

 

 

The Beach!

The Beach!

So they escaped all the knitter twittering and went to the beach.

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Little Tunnels

Little Tunnels

They found small tunnels…

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Large Tunnel

Large Tunnel

…and enormous ones!

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Driftwood Bridge

Driftwood Bridge

Opal and Agathe love to clamber about on driftwood bridges…

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Balancing

Balancing

…and met in the middle of this one.

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Fog

Fog

They had so much fun! But it got chilly when the fog rolled in…

Cosy

Cosy

So they scampered back to the cupboard and found a good use for the knitting after all.

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12 thoughts on “Tunnels and Bridges

  1. Yup! I want to jump right into these photos and be there on the beach with the twins. Your beach is a dream. The way you work with yarns is amazing but gotta tell ya that your creativity spills over into your photos. These tunnel and bridge pics are pure art. Seriously both whimsical and beautiful at the same time. The twins look delighted with their gorgeous capes.

  2. Those twins are surely the adventurous sort and can find all sorts of things to make an adventure from….petticoats to capes…what a good idea for the chills! They’re so pretty and well-made

  3. Oh fun!! Do I spy new pinnies on the twins.? The beach photos are wonderful.. Always so fun to see the block twins in action. And they found a fine use for that knitting!

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