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09/18/2016

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DrLeonesse

There is SO much to love about "Babe". It is one of our family's favorites...bah, ram, ewe and all.

Jacqueline Webb

Hey Andi I live in Yorkshire (Gods own county) and I have never heard of baa ram ewe believe me I will be looking them up don't you know. The hat looks lovely and the pattern is so neat. Have a great week our weather is good with intermittent downpours and lightning storms. But hey ho we have to take the good with the bad. Jackie

Hannah

I love Kusmi teas !! Their Russian teas are divine.... And happy belated birthday Andi :) I hope you had the best time!

That yarn looks so lovely and I can't wait to see the FO!

camilla

Happy Belated birthday- hope you really enjoyed your day. That yarn is lovely it looks so rustic and soft- thanks for the tip- off to check it out. Have a lovely Sunday
x

Dee

That yarn looks lovely and you picked a great pattern to show it off.

Claudia Bugh

What a beautiful rustic yarn!!! I love the cozy hat you choose to showcase this yarn. At first I thought it was the same yarn I had used to knit a sweater but then I remembered that was Ewe Ewe yarn! lol Cute names some of these companies have.

Andrea @ This Knitted Life

Oh fun. Knitting with whites and off whites always intoxicates me unexpectedly. Xoxo

Shirlee

So glad you had a good birthday : ) My husband & I were just saying it's time for us to watch Babe again. The yarn sounds lovely & looks great knit up in the pattern you are showing!

allison

That yarn looks amazing! Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it. I'll have to put it on my wish list.

Stefanie

How cool to be contacted to do something like that. Glad you had a lovely la hanau. I love loose leaf tea but using a strainer sucks. It's a pain to have to dig out them compacted leaves. I'm getting a tea pot at Daiso which has these strainer inserts to put in.

karen

the new yarn looks delightful and even though it might still be hot outside where you are, inside your hands are in FALL mode :)

steph

so much yarn....so little time. i'm working on getting another 4-5 hours added to the day...care to sign my petition?

always late to the party....hoping you had a marvelous birthday!!!! Maybe you can just celebrate all month!! (my favorite way to celebrate birthdays!)

Julie

Your hat is looking great so far! I love that the yarn is blend of sheep fibers beyond our usual merino, that is fantastic.

Kiwiyarns

Wonderful review! I can see the loft and sheepiness in the project you chose to knit it with - what a great choice!

Jennifer

Happy belated birthday. Where has this year gone?, I too am right behind you for my September birth anniversary. I wish as we get older we age at half the rate lol. As always thank you for making my Sunday morning tea in pjs ritual so lovely!
Xxoo
Jenny

Kat

Ooh, I love baa ram ewe so much! The Dovestone Aran looks delightfully squishy, I'm definitely going to have to try it out!

Shannon

That hat is beautiful, it looks like that was the perfect yarn for it!!!

DIane

oh that hat looks absolutely squish-worthy! I have a very strong affinity to naturals: especially the ecru like and soft greys. Oh I can hardly wait to hear how it finishes up. I can tell the rest of the week shall be wonderful for you.

Katie

Happy Birthday. That yarn and pattern look beautiful. I love the way it is knitting up.

Audry

I've been eyeing Baa Ram Ewe for a bit. The color way I was interested in was out. I'm glad to hear it is knitting up well!

janet

Soooo very beautiful!!!! I've been drooling over Baa Ram Ewe too, so nice to see some of their yarn worked up!

We share the same bday! :D Happy Birthday!!!

Angela

Great tea! The yarn looks so beautiful and soft!

Tahnee

I've heard Baa ram ewe mentioned before but never had the pleasure of knitting with it. I think you might have convinced me to give it a try :)

Alina

Wow! What a gorgeous yarn!!! And you chose the perfect pattern for it - the stitch definition is amazing!!!

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