Light pink floral pattern long sleeve jumper. I must get my backside into gear.
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She told me to put the expensive ones back and went out the back and came out with about two hundred beige buttons and said here the hens wont mind what colour they are. How kind is that and when I got home there was more buttons in a little packet pushed through the letter box from my Neighbour, she must have sorted out her button box for me. Holy cow NN you are just an amazing woman, all those knitted jumpers for the dear little hennies, just wonderful, it warms the heart!!!!
I have a huge button collection in a large round tin, I would post it, but it weighs a ton!!!! CommentAuthor nanny north CommentTime Sep 8th, 6: Why thank you Trev's Mum,I do enjoy knitting and it is good for me to keep my joints going rather than letting them seize up!!
I also like to put something back into life if you know what I mean. I will be makeing some cards for the Macmillan nurse charity next week as they have a nation wide coffee morning coming up soon. Molly will have a card table there she did real well last year and made over a hundred pounds for them. We used to love going through it and saying things like oh these were off that old purple cardigan, and these were from that horrid floral dress I had to wear to Susies wedding!!!!
I don't know what happened to it but someone had a real treasure trove for sure. I used to play for hours with our button tin when I was little; glass no I lie, real diamond! NN, that is so nice of your neighbour and the lady at the shop!
I feel I should be knitting now instead of typing!! I'm quite a slow knitter - I think it comes from being self-taught. My mom is right handed and I'm left handed, so I struggled to learn from her because it was all backwards and I had to find my own way of doing things. Mum-in-law had a terrific button box, only to be expected with six children. It was amazing how much pleasure we got from it.
I have never been able to replicate it, maybe 'cos my old garments go to charity shops and the buttons go with them! Things don't tend to have buttons now - its all zips and stretchy material! Ah the stories some of those buttone could tell.
I also use them on some of my cards I sell. I sometimes put buttons and tulle together, sounds weird but looks ok. CommentAuthor nanny north CommentTime Sep 10th, 9: We had a lot of buttons because we used to make rag rugs and Mum used to make quilts as well so all the buttons had to be cut off. We also used to unpick jumpers so the wool could be reused.
One would hold the knitted part slightly stretched while the other wound the wool into a ball. I can remember winding wool like that with my nan. It was very therapeutic! Nanny North - thoose jumpers are amazing - if you could email me a couple of pictures I'd appreciate it - I wanted my mum to see them.
CommentAuthor nanny north CommentTime Oct 11th, 4: Pictures on there way Tracy. I have made fifty and will be posting them off tomorrow all being well. Well done NN, I'm afraid I have only completed one, have one that's a third done, and some fleece ones awaiting velcro.
I must get my backside into gear. Those are wonderful, NN.. There are going to be several hens that are going to be warm and stylish this Winter.
Wow - they look really good NN, you've put us all to shame. I did think that I'd have a go at knitting again. Have saved the knitting pattern too. Perhaps when I have time to put my posterior on a seat and some time to spare. CommentAuthor moxie CommentTime Nov 19th, Just read this whole forum and am really impressed by you all.
I have just found this site while looking for some sort of chicken clothing. I have four bantams which i had been keeping seperatly- two in one house and two in another, letting them all out in the garden to socialise together. Thought they were friends so put them all in the larger house only to find and that one has been pecked badly by the others.
Unfortunatly she has lost quite alot of her feathers and is now looking a little worse for wear and its getting rather cold now. Anyway now have the pattern and have set my Mum to work.
I hope your mum is a quick knitter - with the forecast change in the weather next week your girl will be very glad of the jumper I'm sure!! Good luck with your banties, what breed are they? Helloo, Moxie; hope your banties are snug! NN, I thought that was really lovely, and you have a very laid back hen to agree to modelling - a supermodel in the making!
Agree too that the pic of the 'real' ex-bat wearing one is very sobering though and definitely shows how much use they are. CommentAuthor moxie CommentTime Nov 28th, Hello all I have two Rhode Island Reds Ruby and Scarlet and two peking bantams Aggie and Freda My mum has come up trumps, the jumper is brill, beacause they are smaller than full size chickens it took a bit of working out the corect size, but Ruby is walking round with a nice new multi coloured jumper, and being a twin with my 16 month old nephew who happens to have the same jumper!!
I must say the timing was great! CommentAuthor nanny north CommentTime Nov 28th, 2: Hello there Moxie, Nanny North here with a big welcome to hencam. I am so pleased you found us via the hen jumpers, and that the pattern was of use to you. Maybe your Mum would be so kind to add her "modified for Bantums" pattern on here as it could be of help to others.
How cute she has a twin jumper of your Nephew see if you can get a picture of them together, it would be brill for the family album. Now you have found us please call in again and join in with all the discussions and banter. It would be nice if you have a couple of pictures you could share of your girls, we adore pictures and new company. It is bitterly cold here in the East Midlands at the moment.
My three new hens hadn't seen snow before and were very comical as they tried to fly over it. I had to pick them up and carry them to the gazebo in the end. My older ones knew the snow drill which saved a lot of time!!! CommentAuthor nanny north CommentTime Dec 22nd, 9: As to re-sizing you could try thinner wool and smaller needles. I only have full sized hens so am not to sure how small they would have to be. Have a go and see what you can come up with.
Then you can always share it with every one on here. Oh by the way you don't have to whisper just enter your comments in the box, I will notice it quicker that way. Hello All, I found this forum by searching for chicken jumpers on the internet.
Some friends and I are holding a Knitlympics during the olympics. I have decided that my project for the Knitlympics will be to knit as many chicken jumpers as possible. I'll post pictures to show progress. What a fantastic project; keep us posted! That's a great idea! Good luck with your project! What a wonderful idea for your project, MidsummerKnit.. Feeling pretty good Lynn, just still missing my kitty so so much. I miss holding Thomas in my arms so we're off to the vets today for some cat therapy to cuddle a beautiful 'we think' British Blue named Pandora.
Gorg grey heavier looking cat, she is looking for a home as the owner has had to go into a nursing home. Met her a few weeks ago and they have been bringing her health up to standard as she had teeth and kidney problems. One of the vet nurses is fostering her at present. Would love to consider her for us but just cant afford it. I know, I know I shouldn't even be going but I need to so much hold something live. Brian says 'well what am I then, dead' he he he.
Maybe Brian just isn't furry enough! Would she be expensive then Julie? Or could Brian grow a big bushy beard? Does Brian have a trade-in value?! Could you foster her? Do you have a cat protection organisation over there? Here you can foster for the CP and they will provide a pen for the cat to live in, food, vet care etc. All you have to do is be willing to allow people to come and meet the cat with a view to adopting. I've thought about it but am not home enough to allow people to come around!
Ha ha it's funny to read this now girls, for an update see my topic Trev's mum's new arrival,. Yes it is TM, especially as you still got to keep Brian!!! I've just been reading my Dogs Trust magazine and they are requesting knitted jumpers for dogs that belong to the homeless and live on the streets. They suggest medium to large size, to do an internet search for 'dog jumper patterns' or email hopeproject dogstrust.
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