Otto

April 17, 2008 0 Comments

It’s taken a while to get this up, since I’ve been busily knitting away on a secret project with a very, very short deadline, but the pattern for Otto is up now.
I love the way the two differently sized Ottos look together and got a little carried away taking photos of the cuteness.

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Otto’s legs are constructed rather differently than Elijah and Sophie’s and I think his feet are adorable.

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More photos on flickr – told you I got carried away! Now I’m off to knit some more on my secret project before bed.



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