Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Ralph and Ruth

Last time, we spotted Ralph and his pet giraffe, Raffe.

This time, we see Ralph and his partner, Ruth:

Ralph and Ruth

They're an affectionate couple:

Ralph and Ruth, necking

And they proudly engage in public displays of affection:

Ralph and Ruth with Raffe

23 comments:

  1. hahaha - love the 'necking' bit. Would love to see what sort of scarves they wear ;)

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  2. lol!!Too cute!I love how your imagination works. :-)

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  3. Perhaps Raffe is a bit jealous and feeling abandoned.

    the window is really cool. I like how you set that up.

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  4. Looooooovely! Ruth has a sexy gaze ;D

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  5. They would need extra-long turtlenecks.

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  6. It is like looking into a crocheted mirror of my husband and me! It is nice to see the super-necked community so lovingly portrayed. ;-)

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  7. So SWEET! I love how their necks are intertwined...just like their hearts, I imagine.

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  8. Wow! That's so cute. I love how creative you are. You are an inspiration!

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  9. Love is in the air ^____________^

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  10. Ruth has such an awesome expression on her face! Nice work!

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  11. Wow, these are amazing. It's been really interesting to watch your crochet progress over time. Your designs are getting more and more detailed . . . and creative as always! Seriously, if you haven't thought about trying to get a picture book deal with your stuff, you really should. I think you're one of the few who could pull it off.

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  12. wackywendywoo & KelleBelle: I'm glad you think they're a cute duo (trio) :)

    AmigurimiShop Desings: And I'm glad you think they're super! Maybe their long necks are due to super powers, like Plastic Man?

    manda's challenges: Yes, voyeuristic giraffes are naturally funny ;)

    PaisleyJade: I'd like to see their scarf collection too! It must be a chore for them to wrap their necks during the winter! Ah well, a long neck does allow for more neckwear options, including ties and ascots and necklaces…

    hobbyzuand: Thanks! If only we could convert our imaginations into yarn-creations more quickly, right? :)

    tADA's Revolution: Now that you mention it, I do see a flash of envy in Raffe's eyes. Or hunger, if it's his feeding time? It's hard to read giraffes!
    I'm glad you like the set up! That's a big compliment coming from you :)

    Özer: Hey, Ruth has the same smokey gaze as your avatar :D

    Anonymous: If they wear turtlenecks, Ralph & Ruth would spend a lot on custom tailoring! :)

    oils: Wow, are you and your husband the real-life super-necked couple? :) I hope your windows have been giraffe-proofed!

    Annette: It does appear as if they're intertwined physically and emotionally! Hmm, I wonder if they were ever with short-necked partners in their past?

    MoonLightCraft: Thanks! It's fun to inspire with handmade creativity, as you know :)

    Sharona: Ralph appreciates it when you cheer on his smooth moves haha

    KooKooCraft: Thanks for loving the love!

    Christelle: Yes, love is in the air up there :D

    RollerScrapper: hehe I also like Ruth's come-hither expression. Blue eyeshadow seems to help!

    JenGoPop: Thanks so much! It's amazing how we've followed other's yarny progress, with your work on Craftster :)

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  13. i agree that a howie book would be awesome, i love to show your blog posts and work to my hubby ...

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  14. Raggy Rat: Thanks! Since I don't enjoy writing patterns, I'm not sure what a howie book would include... Maybe a combination of photos and a cartoon tale, I don't know? Till then, I was kindly included in the final few pages of the Indie Craft book, with a half-dozen photos and a one-page blurb :) I'm sure your hubby would be overwhelmed with emotion if he received it as his sole holiday gift haha

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  15. Impretzelation... this is a term I coined several years ago when I was dating my now hubby... You have captured it's meaning in crochet. Love it!

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  16. Super cute! I love them with their long necks and lovey doviness

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  17. Your blog is very creative and i love your knitdolls. Bravo ^__^

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