what a week

Friday, November 07, 2008

It's friday already? What a week, huh!
On tuesday night, we ate dinner around the coffee table in the family room. Chicken noodle soup with sleeves of Ritz crackers. We watched as states filled with blue and red and history was made.  I am sure MLK was smiling. 
I made Erin's hat.  1 ball Zitron Loft from the stash.  A great pattern, perfectly written, and cute to boot!  I think I will have one on the needles from now until Christmas.  Rose Hill hats for everyone.
And the cookie.  This is the second week I made Sandy's delicious cookie.  Cute as a button, huh?!

Have yourself a wonderful weekend!

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35 comments

  1. Cute hat (love the bobbles) -- AND cute cookies!

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  2. ooh! I love it in the brown. I'm casting on another one for my sick day knitting. Orange this time.

    I think it's funny that we took exactly the same picture of our hats.

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  3. adorable!
    wish i were a hat girl! but will knit 'em up for the girls!

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  4. That hat is completely adorable on you! Too cute...

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  5. Lovely cookies!
    And also the colors of their pic!

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  6. very cute...and the hat, too!

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  7. Excellent hat. And I'm SO going to make that recipe this evening. Thank you.

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  8. i was WAITING for this post to come... for us in Switzerland/Europe it was YESYESYES they can ;-), cheers on changes, flurina

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  9. Not quite everyone cheered. It's nice of Obama to promise us everything we want....just don't forget we will also pay for it all with our tax dollars. ouch.

    Love the hat!!

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  10. Eeeee! You are so cute! Thank you for all the sweet words.
    I was at purl today and contemplated actually buying cashmere for one...I bought koigu for something else instead.

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  11. What a wonderful hat, thank you for posting the pics and the links. Happy weekend in this week of world hope. Margie.

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  12. cute...and love it in brown!

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  13. Funny how a change in colour can make all the difference. I was a bit "meh" about this pattern when I first saw it, but I LOVE it in brown. Also, I think your bobbles are a bit bigger which I like.

    You're right about the world cheering on Tuesday night. I know we were, here in Canada!

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  14. The hat looks great! I love the color! Those cookies look delicious. Have a great weekend.

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  15. What a week indeed! I can't stop smiling. Cute hat!!

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  16. ace hat.
    and those biscuits look FANTASTIC.
    another one to add to my growing pile (my husband totally LOVES those giant ginger cookies and get regular rotation around here and Are Not To Be Shared With Guests!!).

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  17. Hat is adorable!! Have a great weekend!

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  18. It's funny, isn't it, how some weeks can feel a lot longer than they actually are? The hat is adorable!

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  19. You could have many of this cute hat be happy, all winter long!

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  20. ~ Karen ~11/08/2008

    What a great hat! And the color is great on you. The cookies look yummy!

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  21. Very cute hat! I love the bobble trim.

    My needles are going to be very busy from now til Christmas -- I predict that I'll knit a Rose Hill hat or two, as well.

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  22. I love the hat! The bobbles are adorable. Lucky girls who will get one for Christmas from you! Thanks for the link to the noodle soup, it looks delicious.

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  23. I'm so glad you liked them, Leslie.
    The hat is really pretty. The bobbles scare me though.....but the pattern did seem to describe them well. I would love to make one of these this year....if I can muster up the courage I will try it.

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  24. Ritz crackers and soup? That is my kind of meal! Love your hat with the bobbles:)

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  25. All right, now I'm going to have to try these too... so glad fall is here, I forget over the summer how much I love to bake!

    And cook soups... I always love a good soup recipe.

    Happy knitting-
    ali

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  26. Gorgeous hat!! Yummy looking cookies. :)

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  27. Cracker sleeves and button cookies? Add in your chapeau which, though not edible, is still a major YUM!

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  28. That's a cute hat and I really like it brown!
    Tempting me with these yummy cookies. They do look like buttons!

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  29. Adorable hat! I love the little bobbles!

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  30. What a week indeed! I love seeing this hat all over the neighborhood. I seriously need to make it.

    I got a stewing hen from the farmers maket and made chicken soup last night and it was delicious. And more apple pie. That's a whole 'nother story though. :)

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  31. I hear you! It's been crazy with all our family obligations. Love this hat! Can't wait to make one!

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  32. yes, what a week. it is so fun to ahve special treaditions on election night. I lile yours!
    I love that chocoalte hat! beautiful.

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  33. I should try these cookies... just as soon as I stop making cupcakes...

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  34. How did I miss a whole post?! I HATE when that happens. Well anyway, I'm here now, and have to tell you that I JUST yesterday saw that hat in the Garnet Hill catalog and was like, wow, that's kinda cute, someone should make that... and well, there you are. Too cute. OK. Off to check out the cookies, now.

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