Friday, April 4, 2014

Squeakers the KISS Series Mouse

The People (longtime readers know that 'the people' are my lovely children) have informed me that I can no longer put out any KISS Series plushies without giving them 'suitable names'.  This coming from those who think that a cat named "Chocolate Muffin Cupcake with Sprinkles" and a Dog named "If I Drool On It - It's Mine" are the sorts that simply roll off the tongue with the ease of .. oh I don't know.. Snoopy.
Well, we will see what we can do about 'naming' the KISS Animals both in the future and giving those already published a good name.

The first to be introduced to you in this manner is Squeakers the Mouse.  (Guess who named him?)  Squeakers was actually created in 2009 along with the original 4 - but his notes were lost and while he's not exactly the same as his brother; he is pretty close to the original.

This morning I caught him sneaking into my peanut butter...  3 guesses as to what gave him away...  yup.. he was squeaking trying to get the pesky lid off.

The K.I.S.S. Mouse contains 8 pages of pattern instructions, with detail oriented photographs and instructions to help you bring this sweet little peanut butter loving cutie into your cupboards today.

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Materials Used in Model:

Red Heart® Classic® WW 4-Ply Yarn in 0341 Light Grey, 0724 Baby Pink and 3950 Charcoal
Size US G/6-4.25mm Crochet Hook
Crochet or Yarn Needle for Sewing
Long Straight Pins for positioning

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

LOL To cute!!! :D


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