Update: Congrats to our caption contest winners! Also, the tiny hedgehog pattern is now available as a PDF download and as a kit!
It’s day three of our week of caption contests, and that means we’re just one day away from new tiny patterns!
Today this tiny hedgehog needs a caption, one that sums up what it means to be a tiny hedgehog in a way that is both adorable and profound. Or you can win us over with anything that rhymes with “hedgehog.”
Our favorite hedgehog caption (along with our favorite owl and fox captions) will be announced tomorrow, and the author will receive the new patterns for free!
As always, please keep your captions to one per person per post.
37 thoughts on “Tiny Hedgehog”
Don’t just sit like a bump on a log, come and knit this little hedgehog!
“I really hope I never meet the tree that giant pinecone came from!”
the hedgehog woke up to the fog in the bog. He took the cog to Prague to have some grog.
Hedgehog rhymes with swampdog! My dog’s nickname because she rolls in everything that smells, preferably mud. And she loves hedgehogs.
Brother??? is that you?
Hedgehogs are little love roly-poly’s
Day 32 of secretly integrating myself into pinecone society, and the they’ve yet to become suspicious.
Hedgehogs are bed hogs when winter comes around :)
Hedgehogs are some much better than pet dogs, don’t ya think?
Excuse me ma’am, have you seen my glasses around here?
Hello. Are you my mother?
Hedgehog the hit of the Mochimochiland blog!
Tiny hedgie, he’s so cute! He roams around looking for loot. His hedgie friends like to eat bugs, but he is more interested in eating delicious fruit!
Hedgehogs…why can’t they just share the hedge?
Under her log, the crafty hedgehog knits with her self-grown needles.
I’m a tiny bit prickly today….
For your information, this hedge is so big no one ever accuses me of hogging it!
“To be at my best, I need a nest where I can rest and sleep like a log”, says Tiny Hedgehog.
Picklepuss! (I can’t help it. That’s the word that came to mind when I saw this tiny hedgehog.)
Don’t underestimate Tiny Hedgehog’s size. Even though she might not have the pricks, she sure can disappear in just a few winks!
When cone you come out to play, my friend? :)
I prefer to hedge my bets on the hog.
I pine for you.
Prickles the hedgehog was a curious creature
He peeked in the grass at every feature
He looked and he sniffed at a huge pine cone
And wondered if this was a breeeding zone.
A hedgehog maternity log??
I’m a hedgehog. HEDGEHOG. No relation to that porky-pine over there.
::sniff, sniff:: Is that you, Fred? Why do you smell like an air freshener?
How about a hedgehog haiku?
O! Prickly hedgehog
your face is cute, your belly
round. Your prickles sting.
“You’re even more beautiful than I ever dreamed…”
Thus begins the meeting of two kindred spirits that sets off an epic fairytale wherein our bumbling hero, Sir Prickles, goes on many chivalric adventures to rescue his lady love, Mademoiselle Pomme de Pin, from the evil yet chubby clutches of the terrible Toddler….
Susan the Tiny Brown Hedgehog,
Lived in a sunny but wet bog,
For dinner she ate pinecones,
She didn’t mind though,
For they made her quite the happy hedgehog.
Having escaped the fiery fox, Hedgy and Hoggy get to work on improving their pine cone impressions. Hoggy’s is most convincing….
…breaking free to be me! Hedgie!
Tiny hedgehog is sick of all of the other woodland creatures using him as a hairbrush.
I’m fluffier than a pinecone.
But pricklier than a cupcake.
Aren’t I perfect?
Like a shot I only prick a little.
Did I shrink,or did that pinecone just get really big?
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