Thursday, January 19, 2006

Mother Daughter Bag in progress




The Daughter is making the Mother Daughter Bag. She's using this raspberry 50% soysilk/wool by karaOke. The Mother loves the pattern. The Mother sent the daughter Happy graduation Flowers today.....to her place of work. The Mother loves the Daughter.

Have you ever gotten flowers at work?

8 comments:

Karen said...

Yes, I have, and isn't it the very best feeling!!!! The yarn and pattern are so pretty and will go so great together. What a nice little Mother/Daughter story!!

Lynn said...

The color of the bag is just beautiful. I know it will be wonderful when it is finished,
I have reveived flowers at work and it is the most special feeling there is. Happy graduation Al !

Bernadette said...

Congratulations on your graduation, Al! Best of luck to you!

I have received flowers at work (many moons ago)and it is a nice feeling. DH, like most men, however, feels that flowers are a "waste of money", and he'd rather give me more practical things. I do understand what he's saying, but flowers every now & then are still special!

Donna Boucher said...

Oh that looks like a darling pattern!

Can't wait to see the finished product!

Chicago Jen said...

So Pretty!
You asked where I'll be on Tuesday night... I'll be with Al at the Fair Isle class at 3BF. Sorry I'll miss you. I'm really busy this week! Thanks for the lovely comments re: my photgraphy efforts!

maria said...

hello,
i stumbled upon your blog & *love* your grey noro shawl! could you tell me which pattern you used? i looked at FKH but didn't see anything similar

some of my stash is just dying to become a shawl like yours :-)

MARIE said...

i wich you a happy new year!!!! thank you verry much for the commetary! you so sweat (but my english is so limited)

take care and keep doin' the good work!!!

hope to read yoiu soon ! MARIE.

debby said...

Hi Kathy, I was working at the shop when the flowers arrived - gorgeous - but more special was Al's response to them...how fortunate you both are to have each other...
Debby

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