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margene

Waht? You have spring. I think she's dragging her heels around here. LOVE all the pretty rovings and yarns. The handspun skein is GORGEOUS!

margene

Oh and the eggs...nothing tastes as good as farm fresh eggs! I'm so envious.

Rosa

Everything looks yummy. Especially the food pics. I love great lighting on food. Great solution to your unexpected handspun.

ShadowDancer

Excellent hat....
I keep thinking I'm going to knit Clapotis....I've started more than once, but have been dissatisfied with the yarns -- color repeats have been not quite right several times.
Maybe this next go round will work...

Kristen

Perfect solution for your yarn; the hat looks adorable.
Breakfast, my favorite meal! Especially when someone else cooks it for me.

donna lee

I love, love, love that pink handspun!! That is why I want to learn to spin. Yarn that beautiful is just not available commercially.

lynne s of oz

Happy spring :-)

Susan

Like Donna Lee, I must learn to spin. So much yumminess out there that I can't do anything with..oops ended with a preposition! Wonder if the breakfast group needs to hire a gofer? :-) I did have French toast for supper last night with MY maple syrup..Yum!

norma

Your lemonade hat is adorable! Breakfast At The Homestead sounds wonderful. Love that eggshell photo.

Bea

I just snagged the Rambo colorway! My spinning wheel has been very neglected lately, as I have been spinning up some very uninspiring black merino, I think Rambo is just the ticket to get my butt back in gear! I love how the hat turned out, you look so pretty in that picture. And that French toast looks AWESOME. I can't wait to see some of the blended batts you will be getting in your shop, because in addition to my yarn stash, and my fabric stash, I need a fiber stash, right..right?

Madame Purl

Great hat! I'm so jealous of your country life. I had to go and marry a city slicker. Once I finally get my little farm, he's going to be funnier than Eva Gabor on Green Acres.

sappmama

Hey I'm really digging the hat! Perhaps it's true that there are no accidents.

Natalie

Crap, now I'm craving french toast.

I hate you.

:)

Susan B

I adore french toast. My husband, not so much - he's a pancake man - but there's something so custardy and luscious about french toast that I just can't resist it.

Hmph.

Maybe I need to hit up the grocery store and buy a loaf of that Hawaiian bread (you know that kind? King's something?) to slice up and let get a bit stale before breakfast tomorrow.

Yep. That's totally decided it. (I looked at your french toast picture one more time.) Will do. Immediately. Thanks for the 'suggestion'! :)

lisa

Great hat... and I'm with you about the blues... not my favorite, but I find myself looking at those deep blues and greens (also a pisces). I started a clapotis (got about 5 rows in) and then ripped. One of these days...

Diane

That hat is perfect, yarn, pattern, head :)! Your colors are gorgeous!

Teyani

Such a perfect hat for your handspun. adorable.
And that new bamboo merino is grand as well.

I can't wait to get my hands on the fiber I just ordered from you (the mailman must think I am weird since I run out to the box whenever I am home..)

Robin

Great hat and greater pictures! The colors are very pretty. I have a clapotis in progress and can't remember where I stopped. Mental note to self - make notation when I put down my project! Man, those breakfast shots! Do you have room for one more?????

Jessie

Great hat, gorgeous roving, and that yolk!! My Jersey eggs look nuttin' like your home raised ones. And your serving breakfast daily to hunky men who work their muscles daily? Tell my husband I went out for milk...I"m heading north!

heide

I miss my chickens every time I crack open a bland and boring store-bought egg. One of your ladies really outdid herself with that big-un. My guess is it's the one walking bow-legged. Your hat is beautiful and that color was just made for you!

JessaLu

Love the hat, love the handspun and now I'm hungry! ;o)

Laura

Aww Jessie you're so beautiful. Why don't hats looks so good on me?

I'm with you on the handspun. I'm about to pull mine out of my shop and keep it. Nobody really wants to pay what it's *worth*. I need to keep it. OR give it away. lol

I think I'm coming to Rhinebeck this year. Save me some syrup, will ya... so I can take it home with me? Oh what I won't do to get me some real maple syrup! :)

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