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Kristy

Wow, I love that color! You're very adept at capturing good "cover your face" shots.

Kelly

That is one good-looking knit, Ms. Frick. Hope the Biscuit took that nap after all.

Nora

You crack me up!
But... pleeeeease show us your face next time!

nova

Fabulous and fabulously quick! And you can probably make another pair of baby booties with the remainder! You know, if you are into that sort of thing...

Lori

That's the best version I've seen yet! Really cute and I agree about the little holes!

BethC

Yeah, but there was an hour and a half of great company! and heck, you don't need a root canal...

Carrie

I lurve that headband. That color is beautiful! I need to make this...

And, guess what I finished? It's not as much like yours as I wanted it to be, but it'll do. :)

Thanks for motivating me!

jillian

So cute! I also think it is one of the better that I've seen.

My neighbor moved in with 2 big dogs, one of whom barks excessively. We've complained to the city and to them directly (although they've never answered the door, I left a (polite) note, and it never gets any better. I find it to be one of the rudest things a neighbor can do. I sympathize with you!

lola

My BIL emailed my husband at 7 a.m. today, "When are we seeing Grindhouse?" Sick kid = not today, buddy.

Heather

Yes, neighbors, such a joy...Yours is the first Calorimetry that has made me want to do it. Love the gold yarn!

Sue

Noisy neighbours are always a pain in the **** arent they, or more the tradesmen are. I love your calorimetry too, beautiful colors.

tiennie

Love your calorimetry. I never thought of knitting that but now I must!

Kim

Ooh that's a lovely Calorimetry. It's the banana skin to the bananas mooshed in your hair. Hang in there!

diana

Okay, need to make a Calorimetry. Stat.
It looks good with banana hair. I often have banana hair.

Karen B.

I hope you finally got a chance to breathe after your hectic banana-Legos-Play-Doh mashup.

The headgear looks delightful and you look so put together, despite everything.Gotta love that Hill Country yarn. I'm sure I have that color in stash...

brenda in toronto

i often have banana hair and mustard fingernails... but i don't have a kid!!

Miss Scarlett

That is a cool shot! You managed not to show us your face at all - that is some trick.
Sounds like a long day. But you are looking fab! Calorimetry looks excellent on you. I am really starting to like this pattern...

Miss Scarlett

That is a cool shot! You managed not to show us your face at all - that is some trick.
Sounds like a long day. But you are looking fab! Calorimetry looks excellent on you. I am really starting to like this pattern...

Ava

Finally, something to so with my leftover Hill Country (as socks will not be knit with it at this point).

It doesn't get any easier with teenagers. Yes, they understand more as their vocabualry increases, but their vocabulary increases! Plus, the skills of logic get much, much better. Sucktacular neighbors don't help, either. The house across the street from us is a perpetual college rental; this gang contains a drummer and several shrieky girlfriends. Lots of fun in the summer! Enjoy the weekend.

Lolly

I love the warm buttery color of it! So pretty!

knittingphilistine

That smallest, fastest FO (okay, besides the booties!) looks amazing on you! I could never pull that fabulousity off. I'm so jealous, as I want quick knitted things to make me look fabulous!

PS: Long-overdue tea is on its way!

Carol

Coordinating booties? Looks great!

Brenda

Calorimetry looks great! I like the sweater you are wearing, too.

anne

So sweet! Wondering if it's worth making one for the final week of cold weather in MN before it warms up and then I move back to GA.

margaux

ha! at least he asked permission first ;-) love the headband! gorgeous dahling

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