Friday, January 16, 2015

Six Words Friday ~ Enough ~

You can never have "enough" yarn!!
 
Or "enough" pretty hand knitted hats!!

Sharing six words twice, with my dear friend 
Adrienne at My Memory Art ~ Six Words Friday
Please stop by and share Six Words with my dear friend Adrienne

23 comments:

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE your creations and those colours are incredible. I have not knit for over a month, too busy I never thought I would say that:) Keep going your doing great. Hug B

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  2. your pretty hats makes me wish it was cold here, so I could wear one ;o)

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  3. I agree! And you can never have enough fabric and lace....and buttons and beads....and doilies and tea cups.... okay, I'll stop now :) Happy weekend, Debbie! Hugs

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  4. Yarn, Glorious yarn, Wonderful yaaarrrrn!
    Love you, girl!

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  5. Lovely job on the hats! Looks like you are well stocked up on yarn!

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  6. You are a marvel! Lovely colors too! I have to laugh at our dear Hermit writer's comment, it's so funny because so many youngsters mostly, but a many male adults as well, wear these kinds of hats, even in the summer around here. Seriously!

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  7. Such a beautiful collection of colors! You are a natural knitter, to be sure. Maybe I will get mine out this weekend.

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  8. you're so cute with your addiction. :)

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  9. I love how you just, seeming like, took up knitting and girl, you rolled with it.
    The beautiful colors, the hats, your enthusiasm: Awesome!
    xoxo

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  10. So so true! I'm sitting here thinking I'd like to order a "Debbie Original" - but can't decide which of those gorgeous colors I'd ask for!! Thanks - as always - for linking your joyful self to Six Words!!

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  11. Beautiful shades and wonderful hats. Fantastic talent.

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  12. Love your wool colors! Those adorable hats must have been a big hit at Christmas. I saw one the other day that reminded me of your basic hat, but instead of one centered pom-pom, there were two as ears! It was for a child, but would also work for the 'young at heart!'

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  13. These are so pretty Debbie. I bet the people you gifted them with are really happy in this cold weather!

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  14. Lovely colors of the yarn and pretty little hats you have knit. Not one of my talents,
    Thanks for all your nice comments today,
    Have a great weekend,

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  15. You definitely have a stockpile!

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  16. Your hobby could make good profit especially in this cold cold weather. :)

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  17. Looks like you could be working on next year's Christmas presents.. Love the hats.. Happy weekend!

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  18. Oh my... all that yarn! I love the hats. They look so comfy, warm, and fun. My daughter would so love to see this. She is a knitter, too, and just got through knitting some newborn hats for the new baby. When she walks in a store to buy yarn, she gets so excited with all the variety of beautiful colors and textures. She has to feel them as she goes down the row. I bet you do too!

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  19. Love those hand knitted hats. I have many of them but none was handmade. I wish I could make one too.

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  20. Are these hats as soft as they look??

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