Thursday, March 15, 2018

say hello

to the friendly sheep.  I give thanks to the sheep for all my wool hats that Shari has made for me through the years.  They keep the head nice and warm. :)


here's a few hats that the sheep provided the wool for.  The blue one is still in process.  I'd have to say I'm lucky to have a partner that is talented in creating.  Thank you Shari.


34 comments:

  1. ...ah, the luck of the Irish!

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  2. Cute, cuddly, fleecy sheep!
    Shari is very talented to make those great hats!

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  3. Always nice to see the origin of such fine products.

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  4. Such lovely hats from your dear wife. Wishing you both a good day.

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  5. She does a great job on them! My husband wore them all the time.

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  6. You lucky dog! Er, sheep? They are wonderful animals and kudos to Shari for creating such nice head covers!

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  7. Sweet sheep, she does her work very good, I like that red one very much!

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  8. She does a beautiful job. My Irish uncle raised sheep and sold the wool. He did a a lot of shearing over the years and I can remember his hands were as soft as a baby's hands. I think it was from the lanolin in the sheep's wool. Have a wonderful upcoming weekend. Diana

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  9. Hi Bill.

    Nice sheep, the hats seem nice and warm to me

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  10. thanks to the sheep and the knitter ! :)

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  11. Hello.

    Not much need for those hats here in Florida. We're more, add socks to the flip flops, those two days of our winter.

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  12. I love the hats. I don't know sheep. Do they tend to be a friendly animal? That one is pretty cute and quite chubby.

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    1. The ones I've come across are very friendly.

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  13. Hello Bill.
    Cute sheep!!Such gorgeous hats!
    Shari is very talented!I like the red hat very much!
    Have a nice afternoon!
    Dimi...

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  14. That’s a huge sheep. A good wool provider!

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  15. Very nice looking hats and a very handsome sheep.

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  16. Hi Bill, what a cuddly sheep. And what a talented partner you have.

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  17. Ha Bill, het zijn schitterende exemplaren, Maar het schaap vindt ik toch het moois, hihi.
    Groet Kees.

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  18. She has a right mean look, as if to "say you dare"

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  19. Here we call them touques. I have always warn a touque.

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  20. You are a lucky man with a warm head!

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  21. wow she's clever, all I can knit is scarves or patches for a blanket. We have sheep everywhere here in NZ and they are certainly very useful.

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  22. Super fine hats. How nice to have a personal hat maker. I've enjoyed knitting but never stick with it. The yarns are so beautiful and appealing. And that lamb is so well groomed. What a face!

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  23. I am always amazed at the size of the head (small) relatively to the body ... of course, I assume this sheep still has its winter wool - so it's poofy! You are a lucky man to have Shari (but you knew that already!)

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  24. Really nice cozy looking hats.
    Nice of sheep to provide for us.

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