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    « Inevitably, Imagine My Irritation... | Main | Gorgeous New Socks »

    Sunday, February 11, 2007

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    Kathy

    I love it! So adorable. I assume that just "fudge" was an unintended pun. Or is it a chocolate cupcake?

    sandy

    Mmmm...fudge! :D
    Great hat, Nor! Aren't you all clever?
    Speaking of cupcakes, I am making a turkey barley soup!
    (I know. It has nothing to do with cupcakes. I was just wondering if you'd notice! :)

    kmkat

    I love it -- clever hat, lady! I'm also imagining a *plateful* of them done in yarnstorm.com's signature pinks and yellows. With sprinkles.

    Marcia

    Hmm, I am now totally craving a cupcake! Cute, cute hat!

    Carol

    Very nice! Mmm cupcakes and fudge. That would make great party favors for a kid's birthday party.

    Carole

    I'm on clear liquids today in preparation for a test tomorrow. I'm really glad this is not a real cupcake or I'd be licking the monitor.

    pippi

    I love it!!!
    And funny, I'm making eatble cup cakes today. (Well, carrot cake put in cup cake tins; luckily the kids still think they are cupcakes!!!!)

    April

    That hat is adorable! And I love the colors you've chosen. I may need to make up a batch of those myself. Thanks for the "recipe". =)

    margene

    Now that's a cute hat!! I'm going to try it, too.

    JoVE

    I know I sent some pale blue Berger du Nord but I'm not slighted. Looks like a great hat and I knew you'd do something great with stuff I wasn't using. You got a use for a bunch of Elann Highland Wool?

    lisa

    Great hat! It is much like what I have been calling my "yurt" hats (these have an i cord at the top, otherwise are pretty similar, unless I do it w/o the ribbing). I also have what I sometimes call a pin head, maybe that's why I gravitate to this hat shape.

    Sue

    It was inevitable, wasn't it?! (ha ... ok, so I couldn't resist). What a great hat! Thanks for the "recipe", Norma.

    Lucia

    Mmm, yum! I have to get started on my Dulaan knits soon. It'll make a nice change from fun fur.

    Zonda

    I really like that! I have plenty of bulky to use up for it too! Really cute!

    scout

    Oh I LOVE it!!! That yarn brings back memories. The first and last time I dyed with Kool Aid! But it did smell good. :)

    Teresa  Thorne Hunter

    Well, whatever the Dulaan kids relate them to, you can be pretty sure it won't be cupcakes. Really cute, though, and it looks really warm.

    Chris

    Absolutely adorable! I may just have to make something like that.

    Anne

    Cute AND it looks obscenely warm. Two very good things. :)

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