Friday, 30 October 2015

Friday smile - Bobble and Squeak

Just a little snap of Ben in his new bobble hat.
My friend in Yorkshire knits them and she wanted a photo or two for her facebook page - Bobble and Squeak. So this was Ben wearing his "Squeak". It's a really soft, cosy, little hat which really suits him.
Check out Bobble and Squeak if you want to know more.

Look at those squidgy little fingers - I wonder what he is thinking?

Have a great weekend.
Join in with Annie's Friday smiles.

Thanks for calling - I will try and get round to visiting but seem to be slowed down by all the sifting sorting and packing!!

x Jo


Annie said...

Love the hat and wishing Roz all the best with sales.....I'm sure everyone will want to look that cute.
Annie x

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi Jo,
Am just doing some catch up and read down your last three posts ..

...not sure where time goes but it seems to go more quickly and dont get to peek as much as I want let alone comment.

Ultra cute wee monster, plus love your "inchies" just brilliant (love Maxine's dumfing too)..

oh and what a cute Bobble an Squeak too :D
Happy Smiles day!
Shaz in Oz.x

{Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

Lisca Meijer said...

What a cute photo of Ben! And a great advert for that little hat. I'm sure it will help in the sales.
Have a great week,
Thanks for visiting earlier,

Barb said...

Ben really is growing and he looks sp cute in his new hat. It's a lovely photo. Barbxx

Lynn Holland said...

Bobble and Squeak, what a great title and Ben looks so cute in his new hat.
Have a great weekend Jo
Lynn x

JoZart Quilts said...

That hat is so gorgeous and Ben looks really cute in it.
Must tell you that in Germany, last year, it was the rage for knitting or crocheting similar hats and it took off so much that the main participants making them were boys. Isn't that great?
Have a great weekend,
Jo x

Angela Radford said...

Who knows what goes through their mind. A real sweetie and love the hat. Happy Friday, Angela x

Robyn Oliver said...

Love Ben's hat Jo, have a wonderful weekend Robyn

mamapez5 said...

That looks really warm and cosy! I love children's hands. My five all had long slim fingers, but my grandson had short, pudgy ones. When I was running a nursery I suddenly ralised how different children's hands are, and when I retired the staff helped every child to make a painted hand print, and they cut them all out and made them into a flower for me! Kate x

Hettie said...

I just love that hat!! Want one for myself!!
Sorry I am late. keep losing the internet with all this fog!!

BumbleVee said...

Here in Canada we call them toques.

Wiki says this"" The fashion is said to have originated with the coureurs de bois, French and M├ętis fur traders, who kept their woollen nightcaps on for warmth during cold winter days. Such hats are known in other English-speaking countries by a variety of names, including beanie, watch cap or stocking cap; the terms tuque and toque are unique to Canada and northern areas of the United States close to the Canadian border. ""

Most of them usually have a bobble of some sort on top. my neighbour has a beaut with a huge fur bobble on top...I covet that hat. But, today I was trying on Russian fur hats ..with ear flaps...I want one of those too! But, so far ..the only ones i've found are $69 ... hmmmm.... I'll save up my pennies.

Elizabeth said...

Aww! Ben looks super cute in his new bobble hat. Reminds me of my children when they were little ... they were always taking them off and they hated wearing mittens! Elizabeth xx