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Thursday, December 01, 2005

Comments

Kristen

those mittens are simply stunning! They are what I think of when I think about cold weather and winter. (an opposite of a red wagon in the summertime...) I hope you're staying warm and dry!

Jean

Those mittens look so warm and cozy. I love the little touch of gray on them! I know what you mean about missing the puppy face. I'll miss Aggie when we go to Dublin and Rome.

Marie

Lovely mittens and VERY cute puppy! Kim can you drop me a line? I e-mailed you but didn't hear back. Want to make sure you got it. Subject line was knitting question.

Li_B

What a sweet little pupcake,

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Lynne

The mittens are great, Kim! They remind me of being a little girl! I love 'em!

Becca

Between the mittens and the puppy ... what a marvelous life you lead! I absolutely love the mittens ... I think I will try and knit a pair.

Michelle

Have a safe trip. :) Hotlanta isn't all that far away from us. I wish I would have known about the dog show. I need to keep track of things like that. We just watched a dog show competition that we recorded online via tivo (tivo.com), and it is always thrilling to see the dogs compete in the show ring. :)

susan

Have fun in Atlanta, Kim. Perhaps you'll have no use for your wonderful red mittens there, but I'm sure you'll enjoy wearing them when you return to N.H. And thanks for the info on the Polwarth breed. I just spun up some Targhee for the first time and loved it. Nearly as soft as merino if you ask me.

Teresa C

I'm loving the mittens and knowing that for the moment I cannot reproduce them as I haven't yet spun any of my own yarn yet. Someday, maybe.

I also find myself falling in love with your dogs (and this from a confirmed non-dog person). They really have faces that you want to grab and hug. I have to leave now, before I find myself searching the internet to get one.

Cindy D

The mittens are so festive!!! The in between projects give us so much joy.

julia fc

Safe travels! A snow-free return!

Maureen

What wonderful mittens, they look so warm and toasty. Love that precious little face.

Tracy

Those mittens could stay there quite happily for Christmas, they look like decorations, so pretty. That little face is just asking to be picked up and cuddled. I'm just thinking of that little waggy tail when you return.

vanessa

wonderful photos!

Spinner Gal

What wonderful red mittens! Very Christmas-sy! Your Polwarth yarn is beautiful.

Laurie

I'm glad you blogged those. Beautiful! And the educational aspect is very much appreciated.

Carole

I love the red mittens. In fact, I just made a pair of red mittens myself a couple of weeks ago. Have fun on your trip!

Melanie

I love those mittens! I've been dying to get some Polwarth, I've heard wonderful things about it. Do you remember where you got it?

Norma

Death by Mittens. We may have to file charges on you for killing people with the cuteness. I can't handle it!

Liz

omg...those eyes! They kill me!
The mittens look so festive...it's hard to believe that its December already!

Beth

What a perfect bunch of photos to post to get us in the festive holiday spirit! Now I want red mittens too!

Jackie

I love the red mittens! I agree - there is just nothing like them.
Atlanta - I'll only be 2 hours away from there this weekend. You could come stay in the mountians with me! :)

margene

Enjoy your trip. The mittens are so cute and remind us of the season to come!
No one shows better fiber porn that you do;-)

Laura

KIM!! I! LOVE! THOSE! MITTENS!

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