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Friday, April 06, 2018

A Tale of A Narwhal

Narwhal and Max 
Once upon a time, PinkLemon made a narwhal.  She used a free pattern, available on Ravelry, and she crocheted it using 2017's Yarnathon 10K Club exclusive colorway which reminded her of cupcakes with pink icing and sprinkles.  She used a 3.5mm (US E) hook for those of you that are curious.  When she had completed the narwhal, she placed it next to Maximus to get pictures for the blog.  Maximius sat very still with narwhal.  For about one minute.  Then things got a little weird.
Narwhal and Max
Narwhal and Max
Narwhal and Max
Narwhal and Max
I hope you have a better weekend than the narwhal did!

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Blogger Robby H. said...

I think most cat co-habitants have had at least one narwhal experience, no?

9:44 AM  
Anonymous Joyce said...

Maximus says thank you very much for making me a Narwhal! LOL

11:12 AM  

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