Bringing Joy

A little handmade gift is especially appreciated by someone who makes handmade gifts. You know what they put into it! ❤️

Thank you dear Pam, a fellow sock knitter.
Thank you dear Tookie. Your beaded ball and mitten are great additions to the garland.

And sometimes you get totally surprised by a generous spirit, thank you dear Carrie,who created and sent an Advent box, opening a new little package of yarn each day . Just look at the colors! –

And Maine surprises-chocolate lobsters, Moose Poop and maple syrup.

I’m going to knit a Simple Stripes sweater, a fingering weight pattern.

17 thoughts on “Bringing Joy

  1. Specialized gifts for a very special person. I witness the pleasure and excitement that knitting means to someone. Your influence is in every stitch. Merry Christmas Ruth.

  2. It was so much fun doing something special for you. You’re such a thoughtful and wonderful person, that does so many wonderful things to bless and enrich the lives of all of us. Merry Christmas!

    • Awww you are very kind and thoughtful, Carrie. I’m looking forward to knitting the sweater.

  3. Ruth, so glad you liked the sock, I thoroughly enjoyed making it for you. And I made quite a few for knitters and some children I know. The knitter’s advent calendar is genius, I’m going to file that idea for another year!

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