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Fungi in the woods part 2, and some small bears

 

Bears

 

Bears2

 

Bearhead

 

Toadstool beauty2

 

Ufo fungi

 

Ball fungi

 

Toadstool trunk

 

Toadstools

 

Soft brown fungi

 

Scallops

 

Coral fungus

 

Fairytales

 

Fairy land

 

Spiky puffballs (2)

 

Puffballs (2)

 

Brown cap

 

Fungi

 

Pinecone

 

Golden light

 

Underfoot

 

Leaves underffot

 

Autumn is in full swing here and the leaves are now falling thick and fast, covering the woodland paths and the verges of the back roads with a carpet of golds, oranges and reds. It has been a fairly mild and damp autumn so far, and many of the toadstools have lasted well. I've seen such a huge variety of them this year and these are just some of the more photogenic ones. I do so love this season, it's a magical time for walking out in the woods and with so much to see I've stayed until I'm tired and chilled, so coming back home into the warm to snuggle with my knitting has been especially welcome.

Pattern writing for the small bears, small mice and small sweaters is progressing and with all of the samples now made and I'm at the stage of taking the step by step photos. Then it will be photo editing, laying out the pages and finally checking everything through. It's a long old process but I'm getting there slowly. I'll keep you posted with news once they're ready.

Well, that's all of my news for this time, see you again soon x

 

20 thoughts on “Fungi in the woods part 2, and some small bears

  1. Your photo’s are so beautiful, I love seeing all the fungi. The row of little teds made me smile, I think they look as if they all went off on a picnic, had fun running around, filled their little bellies and lay down for a rest. Thanks for sharing your precious time. Elaine

  2. Thank you for the beautiful photos. I love fungi as much as I like your little rabbits and teddy bears and their lovely clothes.

  3. Sweet little bears. I shall look forward to the patterns. Thank you for all your hard work,from first ideas to finished pattern and all the in betweeny bits.
    You have opened my eyes to fungi- what an interesting species.

  4. Absolutely stunning photos, I do so LOVE fungi. And yes, it’s wonderful out there at the moment isn’t it. Adorable bears as ever, you have such a talent for making them look so cute and personable. Enjoy the rest of your week. CJ xx

  5. I love your patterns and knitting the little rabbits and bears with their different clothes. My granddaughter is always asking me for new clothes for her bear and rabbit both of which have quite extensive wardrobes now. Can’t wait to see your new patterns.

  6. Happy New Year! You create wonderful patterns. Looking forward to seeing more of your incredible creations this year.

  7. I love the bears in all of the different colors. They look amazing. I wish that there could be a zoom meeting to knit together. That would be so much fun to see everyone’s great hand work.

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