Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Happy Holidays!

Whether we like it or not, Christmas is here. I wish you all Happy Holidays!

Christmas basket from our Vet

Beautiful Christmas basket from our Vet.
The table runner is from my mom.

Evilla Artyarn, color A-62 with Lavender dolly from my dad

Yesterday this lovely yarn arrived in my arms, along with this lavender dolly from my father. I've ordered the Evilla yarn in Germany (with my B-day money from my dad). It was shipped to my parents in Austria, and delivered here yesterday, when my husband came home. It's enough for a big project.


Anonymous said...

Nice yarn. What are you going to make with it - the choices are endless..... Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Your birthday yarn is beautiful but not as beautiful as your Dad sending you a Lavender Doll.

Lovely fruit basket and decorations ~ I hope your Christmas is happy.

lookinout said...

Happy Holidays to you too, Monika! Glad your vet likes you well enough to send a basket. Mine should, considering the knee surgery he just did.

Grand Purl Baa said...

Happy happy Christmas Monika! And WOOF to Biko and Happy too.


2paw said...

Merry Christmas!! A beautiful basket and lovely runner. I can't wait to see what you make with the wool!!

knittink said...

Was für ein goldiges Püppchen, kannte ich gar nicht.
Ein frohes Fest!

Kris said...

Frohe Weihnachten, Monika! (and ear rubs to Biko and Happy)

I love the lavender dolly, and the sentiment on the tag.

Looking forward to seeing what you knit up with the yarn.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and thanks for your blog - I really enjoy your photography, FOs , dogs and stories.

Päivi, Lankakomero said...

Happy holidays for you too!

lexa said...

Have a Merry Christmas!

hannah said...

Beautiful yarn and a lovely doll!

Merry Christmas Monika!

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family! I love that your vet gave you a gift basket. :-) And that yarn looks luscious. Can't wait to see what you knit it into.

Bea said...

fröhliche Weihnachten wünscht

die Bea
und viel Spaß mit dem Evillagarn. Das ruft wohl nach einem Tuch.