What sweet boys you have! Thanks as always for hosting 🙂
Oooooh that is a nice hat! I love the colour yarn too, so lovely. You are lucky to have such a thankful son.
Hi Linda, love his beanie, especially the nice colour! I’m on a bit of a roll now and almost finished my second one – so exciting!! You are an inspiration ;o) xxx
It’s a great hat, Linda…and how lovely, having a family morning ‘in’!! XXO-
Love Caiden’s cap, gorgeous green. Hope you enjoyed your family breakfast. Can’t wait to see Jen’s Shrug.
Have a great weekend and a good St.Patrick’s Day.
What a happy heart you have: two boys who love your knitting skills and hug you for it! Love that.
Thank you so much for hosting such a lovely party!
That hat looks so easy to knit. I’m going to give it a go! I posted a link to a rubber stamp carving tutorial I just made.
What a sweetie, he looks so cute in his new hat! I know your heart is full to have raised such wonderful children!
Lovely hat, beautiful colour. So nice to hear of a child’s gratitude for a hand made gift.
The hat is just right. Good mama. 🙂
I really enjoy reading your blog. I love your patterns and how you share your outings and your garden. What really tickles me though, is the fact that we live in opposite hemispheres. So while you are describing how the leaves are turning yellow and fall is your favorite season, we are seeing trees with tiny leaf buds on them getting ready to burst forth into spring. Your Christmas is in summer and mine is in winter. You are harvesting fresh food from your garden for Christmas. The contrasts are enlightening.
Thank you for giving me a glimpse of life far away.LaVelle in Oregon, USA
It is a really nice “boys hat ” Here in Denmark springtime is on it`s way . Nice after a cold Winter . So soon the hats will move into the cuppard . Greetings from Denmark .
What a sweet boy! That makes it all worth it!
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