So cute! The girls, the bunnies!!!
Oh gosh, the girls are getting so big!!! (Insert Mommy-sounding squeal here) Love the chicks too! I'm a huge chicken fan (hence, ChickenScratches, of course).Hope you and yours are well. I miss connecting with you on Zoetrope, but I haven't been writing for nearly a year. Am turning my ship around slowly but should be back very soon.Hop over to ChickenScratches if you get the chance between now and April 22nd. I'm entered in a contest and sure could use your vote.Hugs,G
would you adopt me? *G*this is just my way of saying, i am envious of your girls - such coooool things you knit for them! m
your girls are simply adorable, sharon! the chicks and bunnies, too — wowza!congrats on the juked poem. love it!a.
Thanks Stephanie! (I haven't forgotten your cup and saucer, either. It's next on my project list).Ginger!! It's been way too long. I hope you're feeling better now. I'll hop over there shortly and see what you're up to. Great to hear from you!Michi, of course! Consider yourself part of the family. I can't help myself with the knitting - it's so much fun making things for others. What would you like?Arlene - Thanks! Coming from someone with such adorable nieces, that means a lot. Loved your poem in juked, too. How cool that we're taking it by storm, you, me, Sarah.
How adorable these girls are!!!
Thanks Bev! Despite the fancy dresses they were totally wiggly that day and it was nearly impossible to get a picture of the two of them together. But it was fun!
Oh Sharon, your daughters are gorgeous and those cute knitted things are very cool. Lots of kudos.Liz
Adorable!! Your girls have the sweetest smiles.And those teensy little rabbit tails are just pinchable!
sharon, we'll wait until october, then i'll swap the next chapbook for something knitted once again. ;)m x
Post a Comment