Beasties in the Garden

Explorer Beastie in the Kale
I’m yet to knit a Beastie with green fingers (or any visible fingers, for that matter), but it seems to me that they’re managing fine in the garden without them. Here’s Explorer Beastie, celebrating his return home from his travels by mucking around in some kale!
Explorer Beastie and Gardener Beastie
He’s not the only one outside today. I guess this must be Gardener Beastie, who is clearly hard at work!
Gardener Beastie with Seedlings
It looks like she’s already pulled up some carrots for dinner. Now she just needs to check on the seedlings…

Gardener Beastie with Rhubarb
…admire the rhubarb…

Gardener Beastie with Ladybirds
…and say hello to some helpful garden friends.

Gardener Beastie Accessories
She also insisted I include a close-up of her beautiful felt gardening basket and seed packet.

In other news, the BeastieBlog is going to be a bit quiet for the next week and a half! I’m off to Roscommon (the land where internet fears to tread) to help out on the farm. Away from the distractions of the digital age, I will have no excuses not to knit like a woman possessed… which is just as well, because I have another selling opportunity on the horizon! Check out Creative Collective Ireland on Facebook for more details!

4 thoughts on “Beasties in the Garden

  1. Thank you! I’m sure I will… I’m especially looking forward to seeing this year’s calves! A mum-to-be Beastie, eh? Hmmm, good idea! Although I’m still unsure about how the whole Beastie life cycle works… Perhaps they lay eggs!

  2. Enjoyed your photo shoot for gardeners world 🙂 have fun in the real world where the internet quakes in fear, miss you already LOL

    1. Aw, shucks! 😀 I’m really looking forward to my week of dog walking, knitting until my fingers bleed and no computing. You should see the contents of my bag, it’s mostly yarn and beer… CAN’T WAIT!

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