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Royal Wedding in Lego

annis
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Royal Wedding in Lego

Post by annis » Fri April 1st, 2011, 9:00 pm

Well, we've had the Royal Wedding in wool. Now as wedding excitement reaches fever pitch, here's an ingenious Lego version!

http://www.styleite.com/media/royal-wed ... 5418#image
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Post by Michy » Fri April 1st, 2011, 10:17 pm

I love it! The detail is awesome -- the pram, the presents, and of course the ever-present corgis. :)

Kate's train isn't quite long enough, though. ;)

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Post by princess garnet » Sat April 2nd, 2011, 1:28 am

Saw in this in the "Washington Post Express" this morning.

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Post by Ash » Sat April 2nd, 2011, 1:54 am

Hey, I posted this in the Royal Wedding thread already! It is cool.

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Post by annis » Sat April 2nd, 2011, 2:36 am

Sorry, Ash- I did have a quick look to see if anyone else had mentioned it but missed your post.

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Post by LoobyG » Sat April 2nd, 2011, 4:54 pm

Very, very cool. I like how the Corgis got a wedding invite too!

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Post by Telynor » Sun April 3rd, 2011, 6:05 am

Clearly, there are some folks out there with far too much time on their hands... (says the woman who crochets)

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Post by donroc » Sun April 3rd, 2011, 5:06 pm

Yikes! Legoland is scheduled to open 3 miles from me this September in Winter Haven, Florida.
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Post by Michy » Thu April 21st, 2011, 3:33 pm

[quote=""Telynor""]Clearly, there are some folks out there with far too much time on their hands... (says the woman who crochets)[/quote] Jumping in a bit late here, I just saw this and wanted to respond because I crochet, too. :) Although since the first of the year I've taken up knitting again after a hiatus of about 25 years. I've set aside my crochet hooks for the time being because there are just so many wonderful sweater patterns out there, not to mention the yarns....

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Post by Telynor » Fri April 22nd, 2011, 4:29 am

[quote=""Michy""]Jumping in a bit late here, I just saw this and wanted to respond because I crochet, too. :) Although since the first of the year I've taken up knitting again after a hiatus of about 25 years. I've set aside my crochet hooks for the time being because there are just so many wonderful sweater patterns out there, not to mention the yarns....[/quote]

The Estonian lace knitting keeps tempting me, talk about compulsiveness. And I've started knitting those little corgis out of the Royal Wedding knit book. No kidding about the yarns -- I get the Yarn Barn catalog out of Kansas, and the yarns in there are droolworthy, but alas, expensive.

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