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Cool hand Althouse?How do you like your eggs?
Damn, you throw like a girl.
Not that there's anything wrong with that . . . .
Wow, Irene, what a beautiful pattern.
Right back at you. Splat!!!!!!!
Deborah, I was going to say the same thing. The close-up shows how awesome that scarf is! Irene, if you're reading this, my birthday is in September! Thanks doll.
Is Irene selling those?It would make a nice Valentines/Mothers day gift.
OMG.. Althouse was reloading with that hand.Not helpful ;)
That is an awesome scarf, Irene!
Gee, thanks everybody!@ deborah, the pattern for the scarf derives from this cover design.I've knitted it as a sweater three times.(@bagoh, knitting keeps me sane.)
Cold hands - Warm Heart!Irene -- that is gorgeous! My daughter knits and sells scarves locally - I'm going to share the picture with her!wv - pryyvart
Lem, sorry, but I never sell my knitted stuff.
Meadesy-poo, want a little rub down?
Lucky Meade. He gets to warm those hands.And cheeks.
Ok, I was just curious..
Irene, what Deborah said, that is gorgeous work and the color perfect on Althouse.
Jeez Althouse, you sure know how to make a Florida boy feel inadequate.First a house set to 62 degrees, then ice boating, and now barehanded snowball fights! Our house is now set to 70 degrees and I am freezing! You 60 year old northerners are tough!
Irene, you're quite the witty knitter. Is that your own design?
Oh, I see your upper post.
Very nice, thanks.sewa elf jakarta
I used this photo (and an idea from a commenter) on my blog - because I thought they were so "cool".Hope no one minds.
Absurdity of the Day: Canada Bans Dire Straits' "Money For Nothing" for Being Too Offensive. No, I'm Not Kidding.
Have you shagged your bob more recently? I like it, very sexy. Try Sally Herschberger's Shagg Spray it is majorly cool.
Irene wrote:"Lem, sorry, but I never sell my knitted stuff."Nothing wrong with capitalism, Irene. It's the American way! :-)
@ KentRe: Canucks ban Dire Straits: Sounds like a bad case of brain freeze up there, eh? Those hosers better hope for some global warming to thaw their brains out.
Irene, nice knitting. I'm wearing hand-knit socks today (the wife's doing).Are you on ravelry, like my wife is?
Way cool gift, Irene.I have trouble making even snowballs.We need a close-up of Martha's hat.
This Cold Hands Cafe has all warm hearted comments. Stay classy, commenters.
My son took a ceramics class (he's a high school senior). His teacher said she liked his 'soap dish'.It was a flattened cat, with a depression and tire markings across the middle. He told her it was road kill.For this I pay tuition.
MadisonMan, thanks. I am on Ravelry!
Thanks for the close up. Irene, I'm on ravelry too; I will look for you. Beautiful scarf!
Meet our new foster puppy, Zoe, who was just a few hours away from being euthanized.
Thanks for posting the picture; I just realized I could click on the picture & view the larger size. Duh.
Deb, Zoe is lovely!
thanks Irene. She is a sweetheart.
Irene, thanks for the link. I knit some, but would never attempt anything that intricate! What is the name and brand of the scarf color, please?Deb, Zoe is adorable. I have a Zoe also, as does my second cousin's husband. A beautiful name.
Deborah, the yarn is "Classic Elite, Inca Alpaca." I believe the color is discontinued, The color is a pale sage. The scarf, worked over 71 sts, takes five skeins. Look for the yarn at Webs (yarn.com).Auto-correct tried to change "sts" to "STD".
"Auto-correct tried to change "sts" to "STD"."Scarf-transmitted disease! Like the Puritans and the Indians and the smallpox!
Thanks for the info, Irene. Alpaca, huh...cool.(Auto-check needs to get it's mind out of the gutter ;)
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