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Sunday, October 28, 2007

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Anne Carroll Gilmour

My online store is up and running!
Happy Knitting!

Anne Carroll Gilmour

I didn't realize you lived in NH- I was just there, flew out of Manchester 2 days ago, I was visiting family in Woodstock, Vt for the holidays. It was so beautiful we want to move there! (we like the live free or die -aka & dye-) concept) I think your witch hat is beautiful, thanks for liking my pattern! Happy New Year- Anne Carroll Gilmour
P.S. I left some sample patterns at the Whippletree yarn store in Woodstock, with any luck they'll stock some of my patterns in the future...

kathy b

The Hat is WONDERFUL.

How are the dogs these days? Donna Bucher on QUIET LIFE blog is dog considering. She should think KCCS.

Ruinwen

What a great hat! I will miss your flowers...they were so beautiful this year. Congrats on finishing so many wonderful projects! :)

Kim

Kim - thanks so much for my tuppeloh honey yarn that I got yesterday!! It is beautiful and will make a great bee shawl. Can't wait!! It was hung up in the post office for a couple days because of the evacuations here, but they delivered 3 times yesterday and I GOT IT!! Thanks for your speedy delivery!

Jean

Too cute. You'd never make a convincing mean witch. lol.

Judy-

Reading your blog makes feel warm and cozy. I am inspired by your joy!
Hugs

midnightbunny

You are absolutely adorable, and this is the perfect post for the season. :)

Vickie

Nice hat. Sure will come in handy tomorrow night!

Becca

The hat is to die for! Fabulous. I absolutely must find the pattern and copy!

I was finally tired of the super hot weather and when the cold front blew in two nights ago, I thought it was refreshing rather than depressing (which is my normal attitude toward cold). But, it's probably much cooler where you are... sorry.

tiennie

Great photo! That's a cool hat!

Kirsten

Love the hat! Great photo!!

Manise

Love it and I second Laurie on the smile. You be the friendly witch!

Wool Winder

I bet you'll be able to cook up something extra special in the dye cauldron now that you have a hat like that to wear. Fun!

Kathleen

Fabulous hat. The colors look wonderful together.

Karen

Robins still up north? Fly quickly.....

Love the hat!

gina

Love the hat, I have a non-knitted hat of a similar look that I often wear on the big day!! Even with the cauldron you are definitely in the good witch category!! :)

Laurie

That looks great, although you don't look particularly witchy with that smile!

anne

love the hat!! beckie is looking for a pattern for one so i sent her your link
and the socks look amazing!

Teyani

what a perfect post for this time of year - that hat looks wonderful (grin) and I am wondering if you'll be wearing it in public? (I would!)

margene

OMG! YOU DID IT! It's fabulous.

Teej

I could resist pointing this out..

(quoted from above) .. robins who call our yarn home ..

*smile*

I love the hat, too!

susan

Now I so wish I had made mine. It's adorable!

Beth

Regardless of how the hat felted, I think it's perfect. And just in time for the holiday! :)

Carole

The hat looks adorable and I love it! I still haven't started mine so it doesn't look good for this year.

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