Thursday, October 18, 2007

Clue 2 for The Secret of the Stole was completed yesterday due partly to insomnia. I was able to crank out the last half of the stole thanks to waking at 4am and nothing being on tv... I also finished the first Tyrolean Stocking yesterday. It fits like a dream and is so warm I can't wait to finish the other one! I have already cast on!
The Super Twins made their arrival last friday! Both boys are home and healthy! The family and I went to see them for the first time today. So cute and tiny it makes my ovaries hurt!


Awwwwwwwwwwww! I love those babies already! I almost cried when I saw them! I am just so very thankful they made it safe and healthy.

10 comments:

Yarn It said...

It almost made me cry just looking at the picture! They are adorable. What sweet little blessings. I am sure their parents will cherish them.

The stole is gorgeous! So pretty. Don't you love the "mystery" of it?

Nautical Knitter said...

Your stole is beautiful, but not nearly as beautiful as those two babies. Great Job!

melinda said...

Knowing how big (or small) those hospital pacifiers are checked me. What wee little babies, although quite robust for twins!

Hearts to your GF. Give her love for all of us.

DAWN said...

Aww, cute babies. Give their heads a smell for me, will ya. That is the best smell ever!!!

del said...

You know you had a big part in bringing those twins home, don't you? What with all the knitty gifts you gave them & all the prayers we offered up. So, so cute!

That stole looks very interesting! Can't wait to see the FO.

urbanknitrix said...

AWE!!!! Cutie Patuties!!!

I can't wait to see the stockings they are so cute, I wish I knew about the Secret Stole I would have joined. Thanks for visiting my blog, don't be a stranger..

As always happy knitting

Nettie said...

They are cute. I call mine the Wonder Twins, they're cute too but a shitload of work =)

MadMad said...

Cute, cute cute! Can't wait to see them in the sweaters you made!

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