Angharad, who works alongside me on the Knitting & Crochet Guild's collection, appeared on the programme. She showed some of the 1950s knitted baby clothes that we have in the collection, mainly matinee coats and cardigans. The little matinee jacket that she presented is very pretty, with lacy knitted hearts that are embroidered afterwards in blue.
Another baby cardigan was shown in the programme too - in very fine yarn, with the skirt, collar and cuffs in feather-and-fan stitch. It's beautifully made. We haven't yet identified the pattern (if there was one) - let me know if you recognise it.
Angharad also showed some soft toys knitted in oddments of yarn, and a very small doll with a complete outfit of knitted clothes.
The poodle (?) has evidently had a hard life and been much loved. Mr and Mrs Panda are a favourite with the KCG volunteers (because they look perpetually surprised). We speculate whether they are actually married, or perhaps brother and sister, or just good friends.
And here's the little doll.