At least in my family
Saturday November 17th 2007, 8:51 pm
Filed under: Non-Knitting

Laura in Alameda’s yarnThanksgiving. A time for family gathering around: let the pun times roll!

Bilingual turkeys speaking chicken with a knitter’s accent: BlOCK, blockblockblockBLOCK!

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Comment by Lene 11.17.07 @ 9:39 pm

p.s. Happy Thanksgiving!

Comment by Lene 11.17.07 @ 9:39 pm

Happy thanksgiving! It isn’t an australian holiday but maybe it should be. The sentiments are sure universal. Not to mention it sounds like fun and the traditional menu is delcious. You crack me up by the way with your comments!

Comment by Vicki 11.18.07 @ 6:34 am

WOKKA WOKKA WOKKA! As Fozzie would say!

Comment by Amanda 11.18.07 @ 10:03 am

Ok I love that!

Comment by Sonya 11.18.07 @ 10:28 am

What a pretty shawl, Alison!

Wishing you & yours a Happy Thanksgiving, and I love the puns. 🙂

Comment by Paula 11.18.07 @ 10:58 am

That is so bad! I’m still cackling, no wait, I’m still gobbling.

Comment by ruth 11.18.07 @ 4:20 pm

The shawl is beautiful!
Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂

Comment by Toni 11.18.07 @ 6:37 pm

OK… call it’ 4th grade humor (I hang around with them too much) but I couldn’t help but laugh out loud! Thanks

Beautiful shawl BTW.. is it in your book? (Still haven’t had time to read it)

Comment by CraftyCarole 11.19.07 @ 11:04 pm

Yes, that’s the Julia shawl (and yes, fourth grade humor’s a pretty good description!) Done up in Knitpicks Merino Bare fingering weight, dyed by my friend Laura in Alameda.

Comment by AlisonH 11.19.07 @ 11:34 pm

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