I can has mongoose?

Nice one, Arch! It looks the business (Essex speak for 'the dogs bollox! :evil:).
 

Arch

Married to Night Train
Location
Salford, UK
I'm glad you like him! And that he didn't eat the snake on the journey... (BTW, nature lovers, the snake is a bit of an anachronism - it's an American corn snake, whereas an Indian mongoose really ought to be playing with a cobra, but I didn't have any suitable coloured wool...)

Anyway, I'm glad the Orangs are benefitting.

Dom, there's a bit of a queue forming (I have a commission for an elephant glove puppet), but if your little 'un (or you) have a particular animal you'd like to see rendered in wool, let me know and I'll see what I can do. I did a 9-banded armadillo a couple of weeks ago...

Your little one does have a bit of a stare on her doesn't she? Oli can do that as well, he looks right through you, as if to say "Will you shut up wittering with the baby talk woman, I'm trying to do quadratic equations in my head..."
 

Arch

Married to Night Train
Location
Salford, UK
rich p said:
No offence Arch but that snake is useless as a draught excluder:biggrin:

I think you'll find that depends how large your doors are. I've seen doll's houses where it would work very well...:evil:
 
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