Thursday, June 26, 2008

Yarn Scoop


I'll talk to you in the comments. :)


Go ahead. Have a cone. They are from generous Grace at lovincomfortknits.blogspot.com. These scoops arrived for me in the mail and they hadn't even melted. They are magical. They are angora/wool. Grace is supportive of my cowl addiction. Grace is a bit of a fairy godmother. Do you have a fairy godmother or are you one?

Speaking of icecream, I had a half of a scoop, don't be impressed, the scoop was enough to feed at least two, fully. It was brought home to me and I had to eat some. It was cookie dough. What was the last scoop you had?

19 comments:

Katherine said...

Oreo cookies and cream. Yesterday. Yum! One thing I love about living in Texas is that in the summer it's "eat ice cream or die!" Love the color of your cones!

Knit and fall back in it said...

Now that is my kind of ice-cream!!

Jolynn said...

Cookie dough blizzard the other day. I love ice cream!!

I think I like yours better, though. Hehe. ^_^

Bernadette said...

I have been into Carvel Fat-free vanilla with strawberry topping. Those cones look yummy, too, though! Very sweet and amazingly kind to the figure! LOL

Breien in Lansingerland said...

WOW! They look delicious! Wanna trade? (just kidding) My daughter makes a delicious coffee ice cream by the way...

Grace Yaskovic said...

Rita's vanilla gelati Love it, glad you like your yarn!!! Hugs, the fairy godmother (I have a friend who has called me that for years, and a niece too_)

Beverly said...

Banan split. It even had cherries.

Anonymous said...

You are so creative and cute. I would rather have those cones than ice cream any day (although sorbet sounds pretty good on this hot hot day).

Beverly said...
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Beverly said...

I tagged you for a meme. Hope you don't mind.

Birdsong said...

Chocolate fudge brownie... though I try to keep ice cream to only a few times a year. I think that photo would make a great greeting card to sell to knitters:)

Christy said...

Those are too cool (no pun intended).

Elaine said...

Wow - those cones are fabulous looking, and I'll bet they are wonderfully soft. I'm waiting for my fairy godmother to show up some day - so far no sign of her.

Love your banana hammock!

I hope all is well with you.

Elaine said...

Hi - me again,

I meant to ask you what you were knitting in the "can't" (june 16) post. I can't figure it out? What are the yarns and what are you knitting (in what direction)

Generally I try to stay positive and instead of saying "can't" I think of it as choosing not to.

Emily said...

I want to BE a fairy godmother! But I am way to unobservant/forgetful and generally late to the party so it never works out like I wish it would. Someday I will grow into my wand waving skills - just you wait!

Kathy said...

Elaine

I was knitting another cowl. BUT, I frogged it. I didnt like the celery color with the angora . Didnt it knit up in a rainbow like way?
THanks for asking!

Elaine said...

Kathy - the rainbow progression looks beautiful. Hope you find the perfect way to use it.

guiltypleasures said...

mmmm..... yummy!

Lynne said...

Oh my word, I LOVE the color of that berry colored yarn.

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