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Whilst at our holiday caravan in Norfolk I came across these happy families knittted by a lady from the Norfolk knitting club who was highly delighted when I told her where they are going to.They are between 7 & 8" tall and were 50p each.

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Comment by Anneke 19 hours ago

Oooh these are too cute for words! They all look so happy! xo

Comment by Kathy Chantrell on Friday

Thanks ladies, Hope to find some more on my next trip:))

Comment by Bev Jeffery on Thursday

What gorgeous little ones....and what a bargain!!!  You are indeed a Super (toy) Sleuth, Kathy.  :))

Comment by Kathy Platts on May 15, 2018 at 6:54am

Gorgeous, so special. Another great find Mrs C, aka Super Sleuth!! I look forward to meeting them on your return x

Comment by Sharon B on May 14, 2018 at 1:55am

What a terrific find.   They look like they are ready to hop all the way!

Comment by Patricia Underwood on May 14, 2018 at 1:12am

What a bargain, and they'll be going to children who will appreciate them so much.

Comment by Amy on May 13, 2018 at 11:11pm

What an incredible find.  These are such cuties with amazing faces.  I just can't believe the price.

Comment by Karen Gordon on May 13, 2018 at 8:39pm

What a smashing sofa full of colour, cuddles and love - and a fantastic bargain too!!!


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