This is what happens to hand knits around here. At least, if they are fluffy or made of Muppet.

I keep coming into rooms and finding soggy heaps of scarf, hat, blanket, whatever. Kitten spit everywhere.

Also, best song ever. My Boyfriend’s Girlfriend Isn’t Me

Yay!

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Owner and Maker at Maia Rainwood Design. Wearable art for wise women, birth keepers, witches, and world-builders.
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10 Responses to

  1. Mouse says:

    Silly kittnz – swetrz no givz melk!

    poor darlin’ thinks that muppet is his mama! (and the words “kitten spit” sent me into fits of giggles.. thanks)

  2. Roxie says:

    No knitting is perfect without cat spit, but please, babies, moderation in everything! (We have a shaggy fleece blanket that is surrogate mommy. My knitting gets folded away and hidden now.)

  3. Ina says:

    Cats: LOL :: Song: Snork. Thanks for both.

  4. Lucia says:

    Mom? Is that you?

    So cute! In a salivary sort of way.

  5. LizKnits says:

    love that song too… very cute.

  6. KnitNana says:

    Mommie! I missed you SOOOOO!
    muhhmmmmmm….

    yucky kitten spit
    (((hugs)))

  7. geogrrl says:

    The bordello roving in the previous post is awesome–and I love lavender too! I keep lavender soap (just the Yardley) in with all my wools and silks to help keep the bugs away. I change the bars about once a year. Bonus is the stash smells wonderful.

    The little film made me laugh–we have one here who hasn’t been a kitten for years and still does that. But he likes to sit on your lap for the chewing and kneading.

  8. Jess says:

    Wow, those put my monitor at serious risk of being sprayed with coffee. Thanks!

    Una isn’t a chewer, thank god, but she really likes to “snuggle” with new knitting. I think she just prefers her colors a little more shaded, and is trying to help by adding some grey. πŸ™‚

  9. Miss Emily says:

    I have 3 cats and only 1 is interested in yarn. She loves to pull hanks and balls out of the basket or tackle the working yarn as I am knitting.

    As for the song, I love it. I know who would love that song…

    Thanks for posting…

  10. Eikon says:

    My dog Eli attempts to eat wool once in a while. It’s like living next to a volcano you never know when he’ll strike; minus the superheated molten rock of course. : )

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