Christmas box

Santa wears a ribbed beanie this year!

From faraway Columbus, Ohio, the Secret Knitter sent a generous box of goodies for our Christmas cheer. They arrived on a cold rainy day, while the kids were watching the Rankin-Bass Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer. Imagine how warm these treats would make you feel.

Christmas-themed chocolate from Pure Imagination. Two varieties of loose-leaf green tea from TehKu. An Arkansas dishcloth from the hard-working hands of SK himself. And last but not least … Malabrigo merino worsted. Look at that beautiful Bijou blue variegated goodness. That’s totally going to become a special hat for me. I’ve been craving Malabrigo since I read Jenn’s rave.

Friends are people who are nicer to you than you deserve.  Thanks for your friendship, Secret Knitter — and for the Christmas joy!

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2 Comments on “Christmas box”


  1. *blush*

    Thanks for your friendship too. It made me happy to send a box of love to you and your family. Merry Christmas!

    Glad to see the chocolate didn’t melt. Oh, and you’ll get your secret project one of these days. 🙂

  2. Jenn Says:

    No place in AR sells Malabrigo apparently. I’m trying to change that at Handheld…

    I too received a box on Saturday (with red Malabrigo and Masala Chai). Lance mocked me as I clutched the Malabrigo to me and sighed “Malabriiigoooo” happily. Mine skein is going to become a pair of wristlets, I think. Isn’t it like the best yarn ever??


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