The Trouble with Hexipuffs

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If you’re not a knitter you might not realise that there’s a worldwide invasion of Hexipuffs going on. The hexipoclypse is a very real thing. It might look like just a tiny little padded hexagon which could be joined up with it’s friends to become a quilt or cushion or other snuggling device, but actually they are breeding and taking over and you should be afraid.

I knitted one the other day to see what all the fuss is about. One. Now I have THIRTY.

6 Responses to “The Trouble with Hexipuffs”

  1. 😀 I am glad you are blogging again

  2. I AM very afraid. Very, verrrrry afraid. I’m afraid I cannot endorse “tiny owl knits” stuff though, it is so gut wrenchingly twee ickle pritty fairy wobins fluttering round the trees they are wets and weeds and I shun them utterly. Makes Ysolda Teague’s book titles look like CRASS song lyrics.

    • I’m sooooo not with you on this. Her designs are absolutely gorgeous! And each little hexipuff is a squidgy delight. They are moving round the house of their own accord though, which is slightly worrying.

  3. Hahahahaha, I knew you wouldn’t be able to resist the siren song of hexipuffs! I have managed to remain strong so far, but eventually I’ll have lots of bits of sock yarn to use up and that’ll be it. We’re all doomed. Oh well. 🙂

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