Cousin Tony

Meet Cousin Tony.

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He was just finished just arrived today.  He’ll only be here another day or so visiting before he moves on to his new friend’s house.  In the meantime, he’s having lots of fun hanging out with his buddy, Fwed.

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Tony’s a ham and a camera hog!  I had to give him a stern talking to before he stopped his antics and allowed me to take a decent pic of the two of them.

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You can still see a little smirk there, can’t ya?  TONY!!!!!!!!

Sock Monkey

  • Source: Yvonne Knits
  • Size: one size fits all
  • Yarn: Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece (I LOVE this yarn for kids’ stuff)
  • Color: MC (Truffle) – 151 yds, CC1 (Antique Lace) – 33 yds, CC2 (Barn Red) – 11 yds; about 185 yds total.
  • Needles: US 3, 32″ circular
  • Gauge: not really important
  • Cost: Cost for yarn: $5.73, buttons: 50c, stuffing: ~50c.  Total cost: $6.73
  • Started: October 3, 2009
  • Finished: October 11, 2009
  • Mods: none, except for working ITR instead of flat

PS:  Look what’s in the works!  The adult version of Mi Escuelita is about halfway done.  What do you think of these buttons?

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13 thoughts on “Cousin Tony”

  1. Where the heck to you find these buttons from. I need a button hook-up.lol Tony is adorable by the way.

  2. He is too cute, so is Fwed. Yeah, where do you find these buttons?
    Escuelita for adults is coming out fantastic!

  3. Seriously. I think I’m going to have to have you button shop for me in the future. You have access to some awesome buttons!

    Love Cousin Tony! So cute! I love his mouth.

  4. I so can’t wait for the adult version of Mi Escuelita! I’m also stash-diving and looking for the perfect yarn for that vest… it’s freezing at the office. Don’t know what they’re thinking.

  5. Tony’s totally a stinker – here’s hoping Fwed doesn’t pick up any bad habits!

    LOOOOOOOVE those buttons! Can’t wait to see the grown up version – will it have a new name?

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