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November 09, 2008



Your owl looks great! What a good idea to use a thrifted sweater. Colors: beautiful :O)


I LOVE your sweet little owlie!

Knitsational (Julie)

Oh, yes, I am definately there, too. Ugh! That owlie looks so soft, and that blue is gorgeous. I would have had a hard time cutting that one up.
Btw, thank you for your input on my blog. I am also torn between those two. Guess I'd better figure it out soon, though!


Cute owl. I just don't like all the halloween fuss, give me Christmas every time! I do all the dressing up at Halloween but it seems all a bit hollow. I just love all the planning expectation, magic, and tradition of Christmas. So glad it is getting nearer!


The owl is so sweet! And your last post inspired me to turn out my own gaggle of gypsies for Halloween next year (well, I'm sure Caroline will have to be a gypsy fairy princess, but whatever).
Honestly, I would wear that skirt in all the intervening days as well!


oh, we have been into owls over here too! I love yours.


ohh my don't we all need those moments?! glad you are able to think straight! sorry to hear about losing pictures, my biggest nightmare. i love the owl. i'm planning kennedy's second birthday party all around owls and other whimsical creatures. i have been making and gathering just about anything owl i can find. well, i hope things continue to go well there. and miss pms will leave ya soon! i understand that all too well. hugs!

Carolynne Robertson Roetman

Hi, do you have instructions on your method of joining the squares together for the beautiful flower rug (in the photo at the top of the page). My daughter & I just adore your use of colours so it's become our next project for her 5 month old, Natalie. It will become a treasured heirloom. Thanks so much.


I was not able to print the instructions Is it copy right protected or can I print?

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