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.
...ah, the luck of the Irish!ReplyDelete
O fornecedor da pura lã.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Cute, cuddly, fleecy sheep!ReplyDelete
Shari is very talented to make those great hats!
Always nice to see the origin of such fine products.ReplyDelete
Shari has talent.ReplyDelete
Such lovely hats from your dear wife. Wishing you both a good day.ReplyDelete
She does a great job on them! My husband wore them all the time.ReplyDelete
You lucky dog! Er, sheep? They are wonderful animals and kudos to Shari for creating such nice head covers!ReplyDelete
Sweet sheep, she does her work very good, I like that red one very much!ReplyDelete
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. DianaReplyDelete
Nice sheep, the hats seem nice and warm to me
Groettie from Patricia.
thanks to the sheep and the knitter ! :)ReplyDelete
Not much need for those hats here in Florida. We're more, add socks to the flip flops, those two days of our winter.
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.ReplyDelete
The ones I've come across are very friendly.Delete
Cute sheep!!Such gorgeous hats!
Shari is very talented!I like the red hat very much!
Have a nice afternoon!
That’s a huge sheep. A good wool provider!ReplyDelete
Very nice looking hats and a very handsome sheep.ReplyDelete
That is a big sheep!ReplyDelete
Hi Bill, what a cuddly sheep. And what a talented partner you have.ReplyDelete
Ha Bill, het zijn schitterende exemplaren, Maar het schaap vindt ik toch het moois, hihi.ReplyDelete
She has a right mean look, as if to "say you dare"ReplyDelete
Here we call them touques. I have always warn a touque.ReplyDelete
You are a lucky man with a warm head!ReplyDelete
That is a sweet face.ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Here's looking at ewe!ReplyDelete
Nice caps and what a fluffy sheepReplyDelete
Love that sheep!ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
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!ReplyDelete
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!)ReplyDelete
Really nice cozy looking hats.ReplyDelete
Nice of sheep to provide for us.