Saturday, October 23, 2010

Guterman

Guterman, the youngest of the trio.


Not so much brave...as going-to-be-brave when he grows up.

Fiskar , Olfa and Guterman

The Knights of the sewing table.

45 comments:

  1. And where are their lovely women folk Elna, Husquvarna and Janome?


    Go on, I dare you.

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  2. Hee hee - I had a feeling something was going on with Fiskar's name. Gutterman is a perfect knightly name - strong, durable and available in all good sewing stores!

    I love love love his curly red locks.

    I also really like Sooz's suggestion so I double dare you!

    xxx

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  3. These guys are so charming and whimsical!! They brought a huge smile to my face. thank you!

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  4. Um, hate to be picky, but shouldn't that small-but-cute knight with the lovely red curls be Guterman (without the extra T?) Or is he really Gutterman, who longs to be knightly and brave but is really a scruffy wee lad with scraped knees? Just wondering.

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  5. I bet Guterman has them all in stitches, get it get it?? Love Posie

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  6. I think I need a knight for my sewing table!!

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  7. Jodi,

    You are such a dork... and so am I for laughing on the inside @ the line "knights of the sewing table".

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  8. Hahah! I was thinking that there might be a sewing theme to the names!
    They're all very cute, and I'm sure they're really brave too.

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  9. Love them! Please, Jodie, follow Sooz's advice and give them womenfolk!

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  10. so perfect that you made a ginger....

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  11. You're hysterical! Now, where are their "swords"???

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  12. I love his french knot curls. They can guard my sewing table anytime.

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  13. I changed my mind. I had fallen for Olfa, but Gutterman is totally my new crush. I've always had a thing for red heads and curls. He's my knight in wooly armor :o)

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  14. LOVE THEM!
    But, I'm jumping on the bandwagon and TRIPLE DOG DARING you to make the womenfolk!

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  15. What a wonderful series of comments generated here, Jodie. Such fun! I can just see the willowy lovelies swooning for these three gentle men - Elna, the practical seamstress, Husqvarna with her fancy stitches, and lovely young Janome with her sampler.
    Thanks for turning this into a magical Saturday.

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  16. Definitely want one of those knights to gaurd my sewing table! Or maybe all three to keep me on track...

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  17. Diamonds are missing....How about a trusty steed with a diamond on his forehead....He could be large enough to carry all 3 knights!

    Susan

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  18. in a word...adorable! every little boy needs one of these!

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  19. They are just adorable, Love them all! I agree, they need the womenfolk too!

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  20. It only took me until the third one to actually "get" the names.

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  21. YOU Kill me!! that is so great, i love that he is a ginger! x

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  22. Hi Jodie,
    What gorgeous knights...so are they not off hunting dragons, they are saving damsels in distress (with their sewing problems)...ooohhh thats my problem...I don't have a knight to save me LOL
    Hugs, Sharon

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  23. Sew funny, Jodie - the knights of the sewing table! The little redhead is my favorite. 27 years ago I had a little redhead. Now I have a big redhead. :>}

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  24. Guterman! Of course :D LOL! You are really too funny.
    The knights are very handsome and I am sure they will guard your sewing room very well.
    If they are not off to rescue Princess Clover?

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  25. With those lovely French Knots - how could he not be brave?

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  26. I'm so slow! I didn't get it until Guterman - love them all bu Guterman is the best

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  27. Seeing as so young, doesn't need to be quite as cutting!

    They are all fabulous.

    There I go, stating the obvious again!

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  28. Ah ... its the fabled sewing table from Say-Damn-A-Lot.

    I love your knights - they are brilliant!

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  29. What a handsome trio!! Love 'em Jod, you're such a clever chic!

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  30. Jod, surely there is a buxom maiden somewhere in the wings for these boys to joust over?! Perhaps a Bernina? Cute boys. I love them!

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  31. Definitely wot Sooz said! So where's the King...who was given a sewing needle by the Lady of the Selvedge to signify that he was to be King?!

    I think Husqvarna should be Queen. Guterman is secretly a Viking, I can tell cos he's got red hair.

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  32. You are a scream, love the names. They would be the perfect partners to my 3 young maidens (un-named but I'm sure if I thought about it Nina, Elna & the husky voiced Varna) would love to be wooed by these charming yound knights!!!!! If you wish to see them you can email me & I'll send you my blog address (Thought it may not be appropriate to put on your post). Love your work Jodie.

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  33. Ooops forgot email.
    info@petalsandpatches.com

    Hope this is ok.

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  34. oh Jodie your Knights are ADORABLE brave but adorbale Alopecia and all!!! such clever names and oh so very you xx

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  35. *loud clapping*
    Well done. These boys are wonderful. And their names are of course the greatest. You are amazing.
    Rebecca

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  36. So.... who is going to be the sparkling diamond of the group??

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Hellloooooo !!!!