Sunday, March 22, 2009

And Then There Were None Project






Emily Brent brought her knitting with her to Indian Island. She was working on a new knitting bag. She had 3 skeins of gray wool and one of green. Unfortunately, two of the gray skeins went missing, so Miss Brent could not finish her knitting bag which was just as well, I suppose, since she would have no use for it. "Six little Indian boys playing with a hive; A bumblebee stung one and then there were five."



The 2 skeins of wool were later found to have been made into a wig and placed on the dead body of Justice Wargrave. "Five little Indian boys going in for law; One got in Chancery, and then there were four." (Or so we are led to believe).
In memory of poor Miss Brent I finished her knitting bag for her - I hope she would have been pleased with it!






4 comments:

Joyce said...

What a great project! It's perfect! I'm quite sure she would have loved the bag. Your felting always inspires me . . . now I need to actually DO it :).

Aunt Kathy said...

{{smile}}

danielle said...

I dont care whether or not Miss Brent would have liked it - I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!

MLJ1954 said...

What a great bag! How clever you are!!! You should be in charge of a knitting/mystery group, maybe something via the internet. LOL.