Thursday, August 24, 2006

Wool You Need Is Love

Wool

21 comments:

Lucia said...

Is it even possible to love someone more than cashmere?

Mel said...

But alpacas smell better than goats.

dpaste said...

Post title: groan
Cartoon: grin

Anonymous said...

And before you discover how he mistreats luxury fibres anyway?

Anonymous said...

concur w/Vivian; until you're positive he won't throw it in the dryer, use Red Heart.

Anonymous said...

I had to felt handspun llama for mine, and then he didn't wear it anyway.

He is SO not getting cashmere unless we, uh, make an agreement for what I get in return.

I'm not telling you.

Anonymous said...

Lee Ann,

Umm... diamonds perhaps??

Sharon Rose said...

I'm so lucky... my guy is so hot-blooded that he can't wear sweaters. And he loves the little creatures and animals I make him, so I get a lot of bang for the knitting buck.

The Queen said...

:::puzzled:::

Where does he wear the little creatures and animals?

Anonymous said...

Franklin, that's priceless but did you have to remind me that I still have to finish the cashmere pullover for DH???
XOXOXOX
Maria in NY

Sharon Rose said...

Confidential to The Queen: On his head when he sleeps, of course! :)

(Some of them are in my blog if you care to see.)

Anonymous said...

My apologies in advance for being off-topic, but I've been unable to access Queer Joe's blog for a week. I get the Page Not Found message. Do you know if it's just my browser or if he's no longer maintaining his blog? Thank you for any insight

junior_goddess said...

Nice. Exactly how long will you be milking the Beatles schtick, anyhow? ;-)

Me said...

I have been in this exact situation...eerie.

Unknown said...

This reminds me of something my university roommate once said about a guy who I broke up with:

"Face it, you still had shirts you liked better than him."

She had such a great way of putting things in perspective.

Franklin said...

junior_goddess: as long possible, of course ;-)

sean: how much qiviut are we talking? anything's negotiable.

Brenda said...

"Post title: groan"

David, don't groan. It only encourages him.

Barbara Bretton said...

Is there a book in the works? A syndicated strip? If not, there should be. You don't have to knit to know Sheep On A Plane is a classic!

FiberQat said...

When all else fails, knit a pair of socks.

Marlena said...

I love this cartoon! I found your blog by following links in the Mind of Winter blog. I'm so glad! You're hilarious!

Carrie Penny said...

I friend posted the link to your cartoon, I love it! It is brilliant!