Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Lottie The Needle Felted Lavender Healing Mouse

I'm supposed to be rubbish at knitting! It says so, right here at the top of my blog. But looook! I made a little knitted scarf. And not only that, it doesn't have any holes in it, it didn't start narrow and end up widening out, it's the same width all the way down! Ok, this won't be at all  impressive to the knitters out there. But to me, it's a triumph! :D I'll have to change my blog sub-title now I suppose!

Anyway, the miniature scarf I knitted is for her ladyship, Lottie :)

Meet Lottie, the little needle felted lavender healing mouse. Lottie has always known that lavender is very healing. She grows and harvests lavender which she then administers to any of the mice in need of some healing at Mrs Plop's HQ.

Lottie is made from very high quality British ethically produced wool. She is made to order in my Etsy shop. Here's the linky: Lottie the needle felted lavender mouse by Mrs Plop's Shoppe

You can also visit my website here: Mrs Plop


  1. I love that you name your little creations. This one looks just looks like a Lottie. How do you come up with the names that so suit them. Lottie is a sweetheart, and I think I could use a bit of her of her healing qualities. :)

  2. Thank you Bonnie! :) I'm not sure, the names just kind of pop into my head when I've finished making them. x

  3. Lottie is so cute and I can see that she is proud of her scarf! The colour goes very well with the lavender too.