2/03/2006

Robot, the robot








The newest addition to our family is a curious type. He loves to explore and his name is Robot. The pattern comes from this delightful booklet which I was able to snap up before it sold out.


















We were able to capture this odd fellow in various poses around the house.















Making friends with the wildlife...











And guarding the baby.


10 comments:

KW said...

Is Robot now one of Ethan's 'guys'? Very nicely done. When I was reading your post I scrolled down to the bottom and thought that the title of the last post "On the other hand" was part of the one about the robot, so was waiting for 'the rest of the story':)

Claire said...

Ha haaaa! The robot looks great! I love all the pictures!

asaphat said...

Interesting...he's, um, handsome???

Reminds me of my collection of "Spongebob in Israel" pictures. Did you ever see/hear about those? Lindsay and Jed sent me an inflatable Spongebob via Andrea while over there, and I took him EVERYWHERE to photograph him--completely sacrilegious and so much fun! (Spongebob in the oldest sycamore tree in Jericho...Spongebob with a sculpture of Gabriel and Mary at the Church of the Annunciation...Spongebob with a camel...Spongebob drinking from Gideon's spring [Andrew had to sort of help him drink], Spongebob swimming in the Med with Wesley, Spongebob swimming in the Sea of Galilee...)

lis said...

Very cute and very clever! :O)

DJ said...

Well, doesn't that beat all! A fabric robot. I just laughed at the irony[and laughed at that word play too] of it all :)

ljmax said...

Hilarious, Craig! Want to see those pictures.

Anonymous said...

Liane, what's that yellow patch on his chest supposed to be? Doesn't look like any robot I've ever made...


Pat

ljmax said...

Use your imagination--could be any number of sci fi-ish type things! (dont ask me to elaborate)...I did have some trouble with that part though.

Loreo said...

Well, aren't you the knitting queen! Is that kind of like an indoor, yarn-based variation of your garden gnome?

the Joneses said...

The yellow patch is obviously a noral deflabulator. It's to keep away the bogeyman.

--DJ