Now there are four

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And if I just keep going, as some of us fiber folks like to say, at some point there will be 48 or 64 or however many I will need.

/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/f6f/5880966/files/2015/01/img_7283.jpgNot a huge fan of jackets for dogs, especially for those canines bred to manage just fine in the Alps, but they are saying frost bite will be a risk after thirty minutes or less of exposure tomorrow, and Finn is very lean. So here he is, looking stylish in camo!

He did NOT fare well in his crate this morning for my much abbreviated run to Salem. Oh well. A little backsliding is not the same as failure!

3 thoughts on “Now there are four

  1. Dana

    Beautiful batik log cabin! The colors are so organic. I hope no one gets frostbite. Is the severe cold supposed to continue for a long while? Brr. It’s fairly warm here, but very very rainy.

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  2. Nancy

    Love your log cabin fabrics! I made my grandson a log cabin when he was born. My sister used to put a “raincoat” on her dog because his fur got so soaked and stayed wet a long time.

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