Tuesday, August 12, 2014

My Healthy Obsession...

I'm not sure what I use to do...
I guess I spent more time in my gardens,
more time taking pictures of my feathered friends.
The birds have noticed I have been absent,
I am ignoring them just a little.

 
Because I am knitting, all the time.
 
 The purple hat I started on Saturday, came off my needles on Sunday night.
Do you think it's too much??

 I found this cute wooden box in Michaels, to hold all my knitting supplies...
I'm sure you realize how much I needed this!!
On sale in Michaels for $ 10.79, I had a coupon for 25% off,
including sale items.
Final cost $ 8.09, how could one pass that up?!
It is the perfect size (for now) and the front is a chalkboard.

 Do you realize that the word "Knit" can be spelled with one "t" or two.
I thought I was spelling it wrong, I was using one "t"...
The hubs googled it and it seems it can be spelled either way.
Who knew?!

Three hats are done, the purple one is for Addie.
 
I will not be modeling any of the hats as I am not a hat person.
I look ridiculous and it messes with my poof.
That's not to say I don't wear them, I do, just not for a picture.
 

35 comments:

  1. I love the hats and that little crate!

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  2. Love knitting... it helps me to relax!

    http://beautyfollower.blogspot.gr

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  3. Silly girl. There is no such thing as too much knitting!

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  4. MarmePurl said it right:):)Addie is going to love that purple hat. You do nice work my friend and love the box. HUG B

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  5. LOVE your knitting box. And the hats look really great too. I don't do hats either - just never have liked anything on my head - even in the winter. But anymore in winter weather, we're pretty much inside anyway.

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  6. I think the purple hat is simply lovely! All of them are a work of art, Debbie :)

    And I just love that box! You are right, it's perfect for your supplies.

    Enjoy your day!

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  7. I don't do hats for photos either...makes my face look fatter! I think I would like knitting, but I have several unfinished projects going on already. Nice photos, Debbie. Have a productive day ;)

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  8. i don't wear hats. :) i use visors in the summer and ear muffs in winter (if it is cold enough). :)

    you are a mess. and had no idea on 'knitt'.

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  9. Cute hats! And I love that box. Who knew that you could find that at Michaels? Anyway, I need to get back to knitting this winter. For me, it's always a wintertime project. I love knitting little sweaters until it comes to that little cuff. ACK! I hate double points! LOL

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  10. I used to love wearing hats to church, but those days are long gone. :)

    Your hats are SO cute; you're really gettin' in the groove, Debbie.

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  11. OK, you are now officially an addict -- in a good way, of course! I love your hats, and I'm sure the recipients will, too. That box is so nice, and just the right size. I'm glad you found that knitting can totally absorb you. I miss it.

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  12. Love your hats! Beautiful work! The wool looks so soft. I have taken up knitting as well, 3 hats and one scarf done. I find my spare time is now knitting time! I don't wear hats ever, so I am giving all my hats away.

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  13. I love those and they are so cute. I love that one you made for Addie.
    It just makes me so happy to see your obsession.
    I didn't know that about spelling knitting.
    I don't knit, but when I get my KnitPics catalog, I do sit and drool over every page. :)

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  14. No need to wear hats here in Florida but I surely remember wearing them growing up in Boston.

    You do great work.

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  15. You are so cute! I love that you have embraced your new obsession with vigor. I want to get back into embroidery and crochet, but I have so much quilting to do. Of course, I do sometimes embroider on my quilts. The one I am quilting now has embroidery as well as applique on it. And I started a center panel of heavily embroidered flowers for another quilt I want to make one of these days. It just takes me so long! I keep pinning crochet on my Pinterest board and longing to do this project or that. I have to just DO it! :-)

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  16. I should also add, your hats are wonderful! For a newbie, you are doing great! Love the project box too!

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  17. Debbie!
    It's nice that you meet your passions.
    Knitting look beautiful.
    Greetings.
    Lucia

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  18. They are very warm for winter Debbie. I use them.
    Thanks I'm better, the pain decreases.
    a kiss.

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  19. I'll send the email you some pictures to take advantage of leftover wool :))

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  20. hey, if it is something you enjoy doing - you take all the time you need to get away & enjoy doing that hobby. have a ball. hobbies make life go around. enjoy it!! ( :

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  21. Cute hats and I love the box. No, I didn't know you could spell knit with two ts..that's a new one on me. I love hats, but mostly I wear ball caps to cover my face when I mow.

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  22. I love hats since I was three.
    Your hats are beautiful. I wear hats. Mostly cap hats. I really don't have that young face for the pull overs you make. A younger generation. Will.

    I too love your box. Your very talented.

    Did you paint that mason jar for your flowers. Very pretty.

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  23. There's nothing wrong with changing things up! As long as you're having fun, the rest doesn't matter.

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  24. wow, you can finish a hat in one day.. You are amazing.. I like the purple one.. I was sure you were going to say the purple hat was yours.. Addie will love it! Have a great evening!

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  25. You are going to be ready for the colder weather :). Cute find and I love the hats.

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  26. I don't think you can knit too much--as long as you are enjoying it! You are doing fine work--you and Buttons inspired me to get started, remember!

    I don't think I look good in hats, either. But I don't have any pouf in my hair. :-)

    That is a neat box. And I didn't know that about knitt.

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  27. Your going to need those hats, because those neglected birds might take to poopin' on your head. hehe. Love your knitting projects.

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  28. Oh I am so proud of you!!!! I am so glad you are finding the joy of knitting!!!!!! It is every addictive and it a very healthy habit to have!

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  29. Oh you are doing so good and the hats looks awesome. I am like you I don't do hats because of my hair.
    We just had a fun activity at church; it is called a service auction. Everyone comes up with a service that we will do for someone and then we bid on those with points earned from other service and things we have done through the year. I won a knitting class. Yeah, you are inspiring me.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  30. I love knitting and i sure love your hats Debbie!I like your wooden box!Its so preey!!Have a happy week!
    Dimi...

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  31. Well, you can do nice things anyway. There you don't have any letters :)

    The first picture i beautiful.

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  32. Hey Miz Purp.
    Can't-cha knit outside on your deck in nice weather amongst the birdies and the flowers? Very Well Done hats!
    I am in the midst of making 45 round tablecloths. Must be done by Saturday morning. I can now officially say that I know how to sew round tablecloths. Oh yeah.

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  33. Sweet hats! I love a nice plain toque.

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