June 9, 2009

Can you guess what it is yet...?

This is what is sat on my desk today, in progress.  An improvement on yesterday when it looked like a turquoise miniature model of the Loch Ness Monster!

Now, I need to tackle the marvelous feat of textile engineering which will result in the tail..., I hope. 

Apologies for my somewhat erratic blogging of late, there is a reason, fingers crossed!

23 comments:

noelle said...

oh he is rather gorgeous!

Laura said...

Very cute - perhaps some feathers?

Felt Sew Good said...

He's beautiful! I can't wait to see his feathers!

Yarni Gras! said...

oh my! after the penguins...you are one upping yourself...just LOVELY!

nickynackynoo said...

Wow! Bet that tail is going to be impressive!

sara said...

lovely colour
so regal

joanna wilde said...

I think it's a peacock!?!

Rose Charles said...

he's lovely :-)

I hope the crochet animals I'm starting when I've finished my blanket look half as good as that!

Rose X

x vInTaGe VioLeT x said...

lovely gorgeous colours as always and not even a hint of Loch Ness monster!

Meninheira said...

Es un pavo real precioso!

Suzanne Vaughan said...

Peacocks are one of my favourite birds. Beautiful as usual LK.

Dolci Fusa said...

Realy cute
I thought it was a peacock...
Vero

Doda said...

Well he's a handsome fellow...
I wonder what your news could be?

Zizya said...

It's a peacock!))) I wonder to see it's feathers!

trashalou said...

Oooo! I love a mystery. Will you tell uswhen you know???

Jessica said...

I bet he is going to be a real looker when he is finished - I love the expression in his eye - almost knowing :)

Catherine said...

A peacock for sure!! Gorgeous!! Cathy

Tan Family said...

Wow! I love this...

Serena said...

How beautiful he is! I love peacocks!

POTIRON-VIOLETTE said...

Beautiful ! C'est le seul mot que je connaisse en anglais, mais qui traduit bien ce que je pense de cette belle création.

Arlene said...

Yummy!

Hannie said...

That's more than obvious, a peacock. I love all your things.
Kind greeting from The Netherlands,
Hannie

Sandy said...

Peacock! Beautiful!