and slightly more hirsute brother of Olfa.
He doesn't look that much hairier!BTW: Had to google 'hirsute' ;)Love them both x
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE tell me this will become a pattern soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon
one more thing ... what fabric did you use for the armour?
I love the word hirsute almost as much as I love Fiskar. He's fabulous.But I'm with Kate - I don't think he looks much hairier. If he whips off the tunic, has he got a hairy chest? Or maybe a hairy back? Actually I think should stop there ...
OH Hes is wonderful too. Hair or no hair.xo
So good!! love everything about him!
I'm so glad you are a part of my blogging world. You bring a smile to my face every time. What epic journey awaits the brothers?
He's seriously cute, I love his little nose armour :o)Lizziexxx
I think hirsute is one of the best words in the English language and I think that Fiskar is a spunk!Have an ace weekend Jodie.ps. your facebook is spamming me.
I wish i was their little sister Helga, how cool to have such tough brothers!! Love Posie
LOL!!! Do they have a brother named Zwilling by any chance? He looks like a very strong young man!
Love them Jodie - they are brilliant.
Also a pair of gardening shears ...
tee hee... are you sitting there with a dictionary??I certainly am now :pCute Fiskar!!Somehow these are very 'Knighty' names!!
I wasn't sure if hirsute meant hairy or chubby! The consensus seems to be hairy! Gosh, what could be the next names???Might need a trip to Spotty to check them out hahaPS Word verification: codstent harharhar
What a dude.
I just love the names you have given to these knights. My own knights of the workroom - my hardworking rotary cutters - although they bear the same names are nowhere near as attractive as your wonderful characters.
Both are very cute. :)
Like I said, Sharp!Dafa?
Rescued any damsels lately?
I love that word! "Hirsute" Must now find a way to use it in everyday conversation. You are so inspiring.. in so many ways. ;-)
Fiska looks older than Olfa, to me. I don't know why. Both are handsome young knights. I feel a story coming on??
I have read somewhere, that the earliest versions of armour were actually made of heavy felt, which was dense enough to deflect swords and arrows. I don't know if it's true, but it makes sense and it certainly supports your method.
Well now, that is a bit crafty ;-)Are we taking bets on the name of the third knight?
What a hottie! As long as he doesn't resemble a carpet... that's all good!
Hmm, now let me see - which knight in felty armour do I love the most?? Too difficult to choose; they're both gorgeous, Jod (or should I say noble and gallant and well-armoured, cos I don't think knights understand the concept of cute.)
Totally had to look up HIRSUTE. These are totally cute.
I think they should rescue sisters called Janiome and singer!!! LOL
Janome and Singer......sorry about the tpyo's.... hehehe
Hirsute is a great word...glad His Hairiness is not overly so. Not like those dudes whose beards barely graze their eye sockets!Hmmm, Olfa. Fiskar. I sense a trend...
Do they have a sister called Clover perchance?
I am thinking there will be a Mundial of the round table coming up??? Or maybe Gingher of the sharp blade??The grey felt is perfect for the armour - they look great - with or without hair!
Fiskar the Fabulous!!! That must be the reason for Olfa's tonsure. doesn't hirsute run in the family??
You know they now need a dragon to slay and a damsel to save.