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November 23, 2006

Natural habitat

A votive sleeve in its natural habitat: my parents' kitchen.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

Posted by Kathy on November 23, 2006 12:20 PM

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Perfect. Happy Thanksgiving to you and all the Grumpies too!

Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you have a pleasant visit.

Lovely! Have a peaceful day.

Happy Thanksgiving Kathy!

Absolutely gorgeous. And Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope she was surprised and awed by your wonderful handiwork!

Happy Thanksgivingt to you and your family!

light that fire!


... and happy thanksgiving :)

Beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving to you too!

Hapy Thanksgiving, Kathy! I'm such a big fan of your blog!

Happy Thanksgiving!! It looks great in the kitchen. It goes well with his natural habitat.

Ah, its native habitat -- it looks lovely and comfortable. Have a great TDay and enjoy your family!


Perfect!! Happy Turkey day to you too! Now - for Black Friday - anyone?

So pretty! And it looks like it matched the trim on the curtains!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hi Kathy,

Was tooling around at other Knitting Bloggers sites and came upon yours.

Your votive sleeves are incredible!!

Happy Thanksgiving to the whole Grumperna family!

It looks wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving, Kathy.

Happy Thanksgiving weekend!

You're a good daughter. Happy Thanksgiving!

Yip!

Happy T-Day to you as well.

A Happy Thanksgiving to you! The Votive is gorgeous!

happy thanksgiving!

(performed in stodgy "National Geographic" documentary voice): This particular member of the Textilis Candela family has found its natural habitat in the household of the 'parents or loved ones of a knitter'. It is not uncommon for parents or loved ones to cohabitate with beautiful specimens of handiwork such as Textilis Candela when ample praise is poured upon the various works created by the artist. Note the beaded plumage of the holder, and how well it blends with wood cabinetry. Truly a lovely resting place for such a lovely piece of hand-crafted art." (end stodgy voice)

They really are beautiful. I'm sorry they cause you pain to knit, but the effect of the knitting is truly one of a kind and I know your parents are thrilled to have them.

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

That is just too beautiful! I love how the colors compliment the wood. Very nice!

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