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Thursday, January 05, 2012

Comments

Laurie

Great way to use sitting and resting/healing time.

Tree surgeons in London

Wow, I wish someone would knit me a hat like that :( lol

rebeccawip

all those handsome boys! in handsome knits
as for all those big goings-on in 2011 - cant beat that, huh?! may 2012 be blessed and peaceful :D

Kathy

That's a lot of gift knitting! Lovely, all of it!

margene

You're surrounded with handsome men! And they all look fabulous in your hand knits. Here's to a very productive, happy and healthy year ahead!

Jo Morgan

Great looking knits! Great looking family!

June

You have a son?!? LOL, I had no idea, I just thought you had 3 daughters! Guess I must not have been paying attention. I love that "man cave color" - so beautiful!

Carole

I love seeing the men in your life all in one post! The hats and mitts will be well loved, I'm sure.

Manise

I couldn't agree with Vicki and Patty more!

Vicki

Lovely knits. It's fun to do gift knitting when the spirit moves you!

Wishing you far fewer challenges and many more high points in the new year, Kim.

Patty

Handsome for certain! What a nice grin. Lovely gifts Kim and here's to 2012! And maybe visiting your shop in August???

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