I’m very proud of my jumpers as you may have guessed if you’ve been following my knitting adventures in this blog over the past weeks or so. I’ve watched them take flight, leaving me all dewy eyed with barely time to chase away an errant tear before I open up another email for my next commission. I’ve seen them off, sending them across the globe from Canada to Australia with but one request; remember me so that I may spread the woolly love even further (I have heard that group of adventurer types are getting up a trip into space…Hmmm!) by creating brothers and sister’s for you all. Yes I do talk to my wool.
So as my woolly creations envelope our planet like the welcoming arms of a Mother, Lover or Other I’m happy to see that the rock-mass we like to call the United Kingdom is still enjoying its fare share of my handiwork.
These jumpers have crossed the border and landed in a fictional village of Cwmderi, a little known place in the South-West of Wales. A little known place except for the thousands of people spying on it five days a week as they tune in to Pobol y Cwm, the longest running soap opera ever produced by the BBC and now shown exclusively to the people of Wales on the welsh language station S4C.
The theme was matching Christmas jumpers for Father and Son depicting a snowman and as you can see from the short clip below they were very pleased with them (well I think they were pleased. I don’t ken the language much).
I’m more than pleased that they came to me for their uniquely designed jumpers because that means more and more of you my dear followers will get a chance to see these jumpers in action.
But take heart dear readers. You don’t have to move to the Valleys to appreciate my jumpers. There are plenty more examples coming soon to this blog, where the media and celebrities are clamouring for a go in a Madame Clickety-Click original.