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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

A picture is worth a thousand words

How much are two pictures worth?



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Blogger gwtreece said...

Poor Finn having to pose for the cute pictures.

8:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You owe Finn big doggie time! Meatballs, bones, treats galore...he is most patient and abiding. Woolly Woman

8:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is Stephen in the flesh! Crazy!


8:56 AM  
Blogger Knit - R - Done said...

Congratulations on your dog getting a part in this year's Christmas Pageant.

9:03 AM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

I didn't know Finn was an Afghan Hound!!! How cute and funny! He looks so pleased (not!).....

11:14 AM  
OpenID myboringblog said...

He looks like he did something bad and is being punished. But it's still so cute! :-)

11:50 AM  
Anonymous Carrie said...

Oh my gosh, that is the cutest thing I've seen lately! What a trooper Finn is.

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Bianca said...


the scarf looks very nice.

But Finn looks a bit unlucky, don't he? ;-)
Kind regards

2:24 PM  
Blogger Sheepmom said...

Poor Finn.
I get the same reaction when I try to talk Stylle or ( heaven forbid ) Travis to pose for me - you'd think they were being beaten with a wet noodle.

3:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor Finn! But lucky you to have such a sweet, tolerant, and well-behaved boy to do your modeling. Looks like some extra ear rubs or special treats are in order. :-)

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love Finn's wig!!!

9:16 PM  
Blogger Knittripps said...

Great picture!

5:02 PM  
Anonymous Judy G. said...

Golden retrievers really are the most accommodating of models, even if they look slightly sheepish.

11:40 AM  
Blogger Andrea said...

I often feel a bit self conscious about using my dog as a knitting prop... glad to see I'm not the only one, har, har.

I was looking at the blocked Wabenschal. Hard to believe what a good blocking does to lace, uh?.

I'm close to finishing my first lace shawl and I'm dreading blocking.

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Diane said...

I did this with my son's dog, Billy, so I could see the color graduations in a shawl. He decided it was his! He would unzip my backpack, take out the shawl in progress, and lay on it! Silly dog. Needless to say, I now ask my kids to model for me...

8:15 PM  

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