Where Whimsy and Yarn meet....
Where pretend friends chat...
Where I love to read your comments...
and Where I share my furry friends antics
Love the fish! What a catch! I love the great outdoors. I love to knit, and I love to view the great outdoors while knitting--say, from my deck, with a glass of wine...
That's about 2 handknit items per fish, not a bad average.
Such a great post. This should be in a knitting magazine!!!
Ha! Too funny.Y'know, at first I thought a that fish was knitted too! Lovely pattern!
That is one great catch! Did you knit the fish net too??? ;) Great knit accessories... I am going to have to make a cowl - it looks so cozy!I think yoel may have something... "patterns from nature"! :)
Love the photo!!! Looks like a fun day! What's not to love about it----great way to show off your beautiful knits and your prize catch as well!!!!!
Did you keep it or throw it back?
DebCatch and release of course! I got to put them both back in the water and see them swim happily off.
Awesome post, Kathy. You make me smile. :-)
Yikes!! DO NOT let that slimy smelly fish touch the Malabrigo or Koigu!! :)
Is that a knitted fish?????
No, it is not a knitted fishy. It is a real fishy. With real teeth. I had to hold him by his gills. Ewwww. But I did it.
Excellent! Did you knit in the boat or just wear knits in the boat? I always take a sock to work on when we go out in the canoe. Superwash. Just in case.
Great photo! That fish is amazing also ... and would make a great pattern. Socks maybe?
You are lucky to have the great outdoors... here the little green left are turned into houses, houses and more houses. (ugh!) I'm longing for a walk in the forest...:-)
AND you have proof of that big fish!
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