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February 26, 2008

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TheSteph

And she's so cute, too! :)
What an awesome hat!

P.S. Can't wait for the book. (Squeeeeeel!)

Wow, you posted while I was posting a comment. That was strange....

Vanessa

Love the beret! And your sister is so pretty! You two look a lot alike.

You know, I wish I had a sister or a little one to knit for. The sister thing will never happen but I will find a little one to knit something for! There are so many baby/kid knits I'm dying to try! I second the excitement for your book! It's going to be amazing!

Stephanie

Oh...that is a cute picture of her (tongue folded or not :o) I only have a brother and I've only knit him some socks...and he never wears them. So I say hooray for sisters that like knitting! Hooray!!!

rudee

Looks perfect on her. I like the color on her.

Wanett

I am very close to my little sister and feel as though I practically raised her too. We are 10 years apart. My husband and I consider her our oldest =) She seems to think I have become her personal hat factory. I'm on hat number four for this winter alone.

rachel

sweet post. makes me think of my older sister.

your sister is beautiful!

Cheri

Your sister is cute.(So's the hat). My sister is 7.5 years younger than me. When my parents split I spent a lot of time raising her. We're very close too. (I'm her personal sock maker).

Denise

She looks so cute (very pretty blue eyes) :-) I have two older sisters (14 and 12 years older than me) they married when I was only 9 yrs old, but as I got older we became much closer, despite the age difference (you don't notice the age gap the older you get) and they're like my best friends now.

Sarah

Sisters are great! It's so nice of you to knit things at her request, so she shouldn't complain about the picture - even though I think she looks cute.

Elli

Though my little sister is only three years younger, I'm still her personal knitter. Three hats, a scarf and some of your adorable fingerless mittens this winter. I, for one, am counting down the days until it's above freezing... though I do have one last hat to finish first!

Kathelen

She is so cute, the hair is fantastic. The hat looks good on her too and thats a sweet story about you guys.

Judy B

Your sister is lucky to have such a talented sister. Nothing like giving handknits to show your love.

Marianne

a pretty hat for a pretty sister! A lovely story...both about Angie and the love you have for your little sis!

Carolyn

What a really cute hat! It looks adorable and fashionable on her.

Renna

Thought it's tragic that you both lost your mom far sooner than is natural, what a blessing that you each have a sister.

I appreciate the instructions, as my 24yo daughter is also petite with a petite head. I've been wanting to knit her a hat, but she lives too far away to try it on her. I think I'll knit this, send it to her, and hope for the best! :-)

Veronika

I don't usually comment here, but I had to today. You're sister's beautiful and I loved your post! My sister is 8 years younger and I've felt like a second mom to her at times. And I love knitting for her, she's so tiny, it takes hardly any yarn for sweaters. But not when it comes to hats. For some reason, while we're both petite, we seem to have larger than average heads (to hold more brains?) and I always have to size up on the hats! Super cute hat by the way, I might just have to make one for my own sister!

Veronika

I don't usually comment here, but I had to today. You're sister's beautiful and I loved your post! My sister is 8 years younger and I've felt like a second mom to her at times. And I love knitting for her, she's so tiny, it takes hardly any yarn for sweaters. But not when it comes to hats. For some reason, while we're both petite, we seem to have larger than average heads (to hold more brains?) and I always have to size up on the hats! Super cute hat by the way, I might just have to make one for my own sister!

Mellanie

Adorable!

Lizbon

I think I love her, too, just from reading this.

As it happens, my head is about the same size as Dooze's; perhaps I'll unearth some stash and make a beret.

darlene

those blue eyes are so beautiful! this is a great great great hat!! i love it...just like all the other things you crank out! lovely job!

Shannon

Thank You for posting this! I remember when you said you were going to make it for her and had said it was a "girlier" versionof yours. I love it! And she is just as adorable as you are! Must be some good genes runnin' in that family! Thanks again! I think a trip to my LYS is in order! :)

Cashmere Addict

Love the hat, and that is a great picture of your sister!

Miz Booshay

She is just beautiful!
You two remind me of Katie and Emma. I hope they have the love and friendship that you and your sister have. It's a beautiful thing.

Evelyn

You're Mom would have been so proud of both of you. It's sad that she isn't here to feel the love between you and your sister. That is the greatest gift a mother can have...to see her children really love each other and be good friends. What a couple of sweethearts. There must be some merit to the saying that all the beautiful girls are in California.

Cybèle

That's why I couldn't work out whether it was you in the photo or not - you have exactly the same smile! (well, in photos anyway).
Lovely beret, thanks for the instructions, I might try and make one for my soon to be 9 year old who has the perfect head for hats (she hasn't inherited it from me, that's for sure!)

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