February 9, 2011

Keep warm and knit



Here's a lovely wooly warm video to warm up your eyes.

The idea is very simple, but wonderfully executed. Based on the idea of the house warming up, it was directed by Olivier Babinet and produced by Lovo Films. Clips of the making of it here.

It's charming. I'm off to have a wooly cuppa tea and do some knitting now.

7 comments:

Nina O'Brien said...

thanks for posting this, loved it, what are you knitting? are you a member of Ravelry?

Nina O'Brien said...

thanks for posting this, loved it, what are you knitting? are you a member of Ravelry?

Michelle said...

ahhh I love that ad, it's so cute. How are you? Hope all is well. So sorry for being so panse at keeping in touch xx

Mary Esther Judy said...

Thanks for sharing this, Niamh. It is absolutely charming. I love the look on the cat's face. And who could resist wooly tea?!? Lovely!

David Maybury said...

Woolly water! *swoon*

Niamh Sharkey said...

Thanks Guys!

Nina I am knitting a tasty Cowl from a This is knit free pattern. Yes I am on Ravelry its great for patterns. Going to try to knit a fish hat next from here...http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter08/PATTfishy.php

Michelle! I know we have to have a meet up this spring. I'll defo try to make it down to Roscommon for May weekend sounds great.

Mary and David if you are in Skerries the Wooly tea and fur balls are on me ;)

Niamh Sharkey said...

Thanks Guys!

Nina I am knitting a tasty Cowl from a This is knit free pattern. Yes I am on Ravelry its great for patterns. Going to try to knit a fish hat next from here...http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter08/PATTfishy.php

Michelle! I know we have to have a meet up this spring. I'll defo try to make it down to Roscommon for May weekend sounds great.

Mary and David if you are in Skerries the Wooly tea and fur balls are on me ;)