The pattern is available through the Stitch London site - http://www.stitchldn.com/ or download it on Ravelry - http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-queens-corgis or better yet buy the Stitch London book and knit tons of tiny cuties - http://www.stitchldn.com/Books.html
When you're finished, upload photos of your Corgi to the Planet Whodunnknit site - http://www.whodunnknit.com/planet-whodunnknit/ .
Can't wait to see your little fluffybutt Corgis :)
I cleaned up some of the containers, mixed and amended the soil with fresh compost and sowed some late winter/early spring seeds. I transplanted the blueberry bush and mint to larger pots and topped off the soil in the potato, strawberry, rosemary and garlic planters. New plantings include kale, collards, broccoli, cabbage, cilantro, various lettuces, mustard, beets and spinach. I might plant some peas and beans later in the week. Not sure I'm feeling them though. I'm so very excited that gardening season is finally upon us.
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