Tending fine-fleeced Shetland sheep and a whole lot more on a small acreage in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
I'd say... good day! Nice slippers, too! But are you feeling better?
Snazzy slippers (!), beautiful scenery and . . . oooh, Milo!!!
Oh my, you guys are hilarious! I managed to finish A slipper, not slipperS. ;-) But that seemed pretty quick gratification nonetheless; I hope to knit the second one before we leave as a thank-you to our housesitter.LannieK, I DO feel better; thanks.Mama Pea, I wish I could have gotten a better photo of Milo; he is GORGEOUS. Adorable face, beautiful head, hick, beautiful coat; still a (giant) puppy at seven months old. His dad was a 195 lb. calendar model, and Milo is said to look just like him.
Oh, I love that slipper! Would you share where you got the pattern? Such a lovely place you live in - and that Milo, OMG!
Why certainly, Susan; you can find the free pattern here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/non-felted-slippersI was told by someone who has made them to follow the second calculator link, which I did. Problem is, the slipper is too big around for the friend I was intending them for, so I will do a second pair and use less instep stitches.
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