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that mr. frick is one lucky guy. love the sweater and your love story.


I love the picture of Mr. Frick and the Biscuit. So cute! Great job on Mr. Frick's sweater and thanks for the link to the Celtic Crossstitch. I will be using that in the future!


I LOVE that sweater. What a lovely gift for your lovely husband!


I hope there's a Mister Frick somewhere out there in the world for me.


the sweater is amazing, i love your color choices. and the story that goes with it is great as well! :)

Passions & Distractions

This is an awesome and sweet entry! I love that you're sharing all this!


Beautiful sweater :o)

Thanks for peeling back another layer of the onion ;o) (a la Shrek)


Looks awesome- I totally have to make one for Mr. Pink.


Another post full of all things Frick - yay! And the sweater for Mr. Frick is just lovely!


The Maury River?!!? When I grew up in Lexington, swimming in the Maury was commonplace. Anywhere near?


It's beautiful! Two successful hybrids = one convinced knitter. I may knit this for the beau in 5 years when I'm done all my other projects.


What an awesome post. Thanks for sharing and that sweater is just simply gorgeous. Great job!!


well, said you. such wonderful knits deserve gratitude. as a Canadian, I have to commend you on the lovely hockey sweater.

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