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Blankets – The Comfort Partner

The warmth and comfort of a bed often depends on the blankets used. Having the perfect blanket is a key to contentment. Blankets provide perfect sleep with their cosy and comfortable material. 530 more words

Happy Things In August

My new girls

Tomatoes are still ripening in the greenhouse

Garden goodness

Baby ripple blanket

Join-as-you-go scarf

A snowman and a cupcake – not bad, but definitely need a bit of work :D

Crochet

Stories with Pictures: A Few Great Graphic Novels

One of the great things about being unemployed is that you have a lot of free time. I mean, tons of free time. In fact, you have so much free time, it sort of… 716 more words

American Widow

The Sofa Gopher by Blair Gaulton

The Sofa Gopher
Feel asleep on the sofa
Feelin’ like a gopher
When I woke up in a tunnel of blankets.
(C) BJG (Blair Gaulton)Aug 2014

Blair Gaulton

Yarn Addiction Thursday: BLANKEY!

When does stash busting become stash stuffing? When you decide to make a blanket from stash and you realize some yarn is just not quite the right color. 627 more words

Pendleton Woolen Mills

For many years, I’ve promised myself a stop at the Pendleton Woolen Mill in eastern  Oregon. Pendleton wool has always been held in high regard by my family, probably because of my mom being from Salem where their first retail store was located. 378 more words

Old Jules reblogged this on So Far From Heaven and commented:

Is nothing sacred? They're making Pendleton blankets in China now! Hokay. So be it. Mine are safely in a black garbage bag in a storage locker in Texas somewhere packed in mothballs. No way the damned Chinese are getting their hands on them. Those non-Chinese made Pendletons have seen me through a winter-or-two and would have seen me through a lot more if I were up to the job and held up my end. But instead I've spent the past winter-or-two in a WWII goose down Army Mountain sleeping bag from back when good American geese provided the down. At least until I got to Kansas. And I confess it was warmer than Pendleton blankets. Even from wool sheared from good American sheep. Old Jules