Tuesday, December 14

Very Special baby!



Unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given,
and the government shall be upon His shoulder;
and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, the Mighty God,
 the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace.
(Isaiah 9:6)


30 comments:

  1. The knitted figures were made by my mother in law - if anybody would like the pattern please leave a comment and I will e-mail the pattern to you.

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  2. That is a beautiful knitted figure, honey. I can't knit to save my life and wouldn't even attempt it but she's certainly made a lovely job of that.

    CJ xx

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  3. Thank you so much for the video clip. I think these Flash events are quite wonderful.

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  4. Someone sent that video clip to me -- it is truly inspiring and quite emotional for me to think that there are so many others out there who are believers too.
    The nativity figures are beautiful. I would have liked to try making them but I already have too many things to do and I need to curb my enthusiasm somewhat.

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  5. Oh, why does that never happen to me when I am shopping? I just love these "flash mob/random acts of culture"!!
    THANK YOU!!
    Jane x

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  6. I'd definitely have joined in w the mob!
    Another nice piece.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  7. What a video! God bless America!

    These manger figures are precious. I've never seen knit ones.
    Merry Christmas to you and all!

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  8. Terrific post and video! Thanks for sharing, Denise! Love the manger figures! Delightful and different! Hope your week is going well, Denise!

    Sylvia

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  9. This is just brilliant! Thank you for posting it!

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  10. I made the whole manger, although the donkey looks a bit off (the pattern came out several years later). I can't put it on display though, since my cats love anything made from wool/yarn!

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  11. Your MIL sounds like mine Denise, she could knit for England. I used to knit but the arthritis in my fingers stops me now.

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  12. I love the knitted figure. The video isn't loading for me but I'll try later. Very good post for V.

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  13. The knitted figures are just wonderful, love the shepherds and their sheep. And I love the flash mob had me singing away down in Suffolk!

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  14. Great work... I wish I had the patience to knit like that---:)

    Loved the video too...

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  15. Is she fit to be in charge of that baby:-)Love the shepherds. Wonderful flash mob, I always get a bit teary with the hallelujah chorus at Christmas. You will have to use the King James bible version for your text next year, its the anniversary. Look on this as a request,LOL.

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  16. I just love those little figures.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  17. Oh … the knitted items are awesome. And the video clip actually made me cry tears of joy. I would love to run into these people at the mall. Thank you so much for sharing. Hope you don’t mind if I provide a link to the same video in my next post. :)

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  18. The knitted Nativity scene is so wonderful. I have seven Nativity sets, but none quite as unique at these. Do you sell them?

    Very special Baby... And a wonderful verse from Isaiah.

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  19. What fun - terrific knitting and hard to beat vid!

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  20. Your mum-in-law is so creative. These knitted dolls have a special meaning for me, especially at this time. I will email you why.

    Yes, I will try to duplicate one of the dolls.

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  21. Marvelous, - I have seen this video before, but every time I do it really touches me, - there is so much joy on the faces of the singers and the lunchers as well. Joy to the World...

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  22. Wonderful knitted figures. I love Hayden's music and what a great video. Wonder where it was filmed? The chap with the 'wet floor' sign made me laugh!

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  23. I bet those shoppers didn't bargain for that when they sat down to eat their lunch. I'm loving the knitted nativity.

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  24. What talent your mother-in-law has! I don't think I'd have the patience to knit figures. The random acts of culture are amazing... love 'em!

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  25. How fabulous! The Messiah and fast food. I wish I could experience something like that. Thanks for sharing!

    Love your MIL's knitting. Yes, please I would like the pattern, plus the one for the shepherds, if possible. I love the little sheep. Thanks.

    Merry Christmas

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  26. Wish I could knit... these figures are great! Send me anyway, maybe I can find me a volunteer to do the knitting for me ;-P

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  27. Maggie May pointed me to your nativity figures. I would love to have the pattern!
    louise (dot) callen (at) gmail (dot) com
    Thanks!

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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