I LOVE this little knight in felty armour, bald bits and all!
He's gorgeous. I'm wondering if the maiden will have hair like satin?
You always make me smile. Thank you.
Wonderful. Fab name, does that mean he has a sharp, circular instrument at his disposal?Rotary cutter gallantry is just around the corner....
He's a cute one that's for sure. I think he's wearing an authentic period hairstyle (a variation on Friar Tuck's famous do??).
Oh and he was looking so dashing from the front! Love the sneak peeks you always give us Jod.
Cute! Does he have a sword to fight dragons?
I'm not stupid you know ! I know alopecia is secret language for "I want to live with Clare because she has hair !"
Maybe he's popped it up in a do with a wee bit of product and arranged it under his hat?!?
I know some real life gentleman who suffer from the same condition...x
Either that or it's a bad case of helmet hair!! Oh give him some flowing locks, please!! Or his mates will start calling him Orfal the Bald... and those are his mates, you should hear what his enemies call him!!
Well, at least Olfa has the ability to grow more hair!
Oh Jodie he is WONDERFUL. I love love him, and maybe he's not bald, some of his hairs just hiding under his hat- it happens to me all the time..I think he might just be about my favourite.xo
He's absolutely fabulous! Cool name too!
He is SHARP!ahem.As I already told you...In days of auld when knights were bald.
Oh a softie night in felty armour, love him!! Love Posie
Best you keep all of the other knights clear of this one, I have heard Olfa can be terribly cuting.
For a moment there I thought it was my husband but he's not suffering from alopecia - he is just bald.
I think you need to make a viking next.... as a tribute to my dark and dreary ancestry! I do think that Olfa is pretty amazingly awesome... even with a bit of weird baldness happening at the back there!
he is very charming
Forsooth. He needs must rub some poultice into his noggin. Talking of noggin, he reminds me of a little like a 60's programme that was on around here, called Noggin the Nog. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jisqle37uWI
Oh. My. Word. So cute. I particularly love the little peach fuzz he's got going on on his cheeks... Love him!
Love it! Particularly the only-blog-finished alopecia!
How brave and gallant of him to let himself be photographed in such a state!
I just happened to have Monster sitting next to me when I read this post.His verdict?AWESOME....can you knit me one, Mum?Needless to say, he's now been lectured at length on needlecrafts ie sewing vs knitting vs crochet etc, beaten soundly and sent to bed without his gruel.Silly boy.xxx
Oh my! He is very gallant and there is nothing better than a little knight comb-over. Brilliant as always
Any little tot would love this Knight
As soon as i saw him i thought his name should be Baldrick, I love him anyway!
we all have bad hair days, why should knights be any different?from ebi-kun (resident knight expert) cute and a bit cool aswell
He is wonderful! My boys would <3 him! Who am I kidding? I <3 him! You have the bestest softies! Thanks for sharing.
Such a handsome and gallant fellow - who would notice a little alopecia?
Cute Olfa... cute brave bold bald Olfa :p
Still, he's very dashing!
You know what? I was just looking at Olfa, and thinking how patient you were to do all that embroidery, particularly his hair. And then I saw the other photo! Still - more patience than me!
He might have one of those trendy monk tonsures??? Gone a bit wrong :-) LOL!
Reminds me of my husband!