Easter is my favorite holiday.  I’m not referring to the religious aspects of the day; I’ll leave that to those who are more qualified than I am in that department.  I’m talking about the leaves popping out on the trees, and anticipating the baby ducks on the lake.  I love the tulips and daffodils outside my window, and planning an egg dyeing extravaganza.  And Peeps.  I admit it, I love Peeps.  I even admit to putting them in the microwave for a few seconds, then putting hot fudge sauce on them.  I have been known to serve this for dessert for spring dinner parties.

I’ve done considerable web research for this post.  I have searched numerous Peep sites.  You have no idea how many there are.  Here are just two:

Marshmallow Peeps:  The Official Just Born Site

Big List of Peeps Links

In my extensive research, I have not found any knitting related Peep sites.  So I did a photo shoot of my own, with the assistance of my husband/accomplice.  No Peeps were harmed in this activity (though a few were eaten).

Yes, gin was involved.


Here they are!


I think it’s going to be a sweater.

I did actually knit today, on a real garment.  It’s just that it looks the same as the previous picture. You guessed it, just more rows.  I might promise to post a picture of it tomorrow just to give me some motivation to knit more tonight.

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About Lorette

My name is Lorette. I learned to knit in 1999, and took up spinning in 2009. I'm a physician specializing in internal medicine, and live in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy my blog!


Peeps! — 16 Comments

  1. Looks like everyone is making rogue. I”m in the process of swatching for rogue using a beautiful cascade 220 red. Good luck!

  2. Carolyn of Girlreaction sent me over here. I, too, adore Peeps. I wanted to knit some little Peeps, but alas, I am not clever enough. I love your knittin’ Peeps. Are you a member of the Peeps Fan Club?

  3. I LOVE peeps, too. I like them ‘hardened.’ When I was a kid, my mom (uh, Easter bunny) would make the baskets and put the peeps in overnight. They would harden on the outside to a sort of soft crunch and then wow – great eating!
    Love the knitting Peep rabbit – cool!

  4. Hi,
    I saw your site on the net.
    I search from al over the world the knit translations from
    any country I can find as a hobby.
    I prefer translated to Dutch or Englisch.
    Also tips of websites are very welcome !
    Example: Englisch to Dutch
    Englisch Engels Dutch Nederlands
    1 knit 1 recht
    1 purl 1 averecht
    Alternate Elke 2 naald
    alternate(ly) Afwisselend
    and every all other even rows Alle even toeren
    approx approximately Ongeveer
    Armhole Armsgat
    at armhole side Armsgat zijde
    at neck edge Hals zijde
    Back Achterpand
    back or front loop (of stitch) Voor- of achterdraad
    Background colour Achtergrond kleur

  5. Hi, I’m deborah. I’m a big fan of knitting and crochet. I loved that rabbit peep knitting that was very funny. where did you come up with that? I love it, reminds me of when mom used to tell me not to play with my food. I don’t know why but that comment(about dont play in your food) was very funny. I crochet “pillow mice” ( mice in the shape of small pillows)