Sunday, November 25, 2012

wanted

the suspect

the crime

the look.
oh owen!

60 comments:

  1. That is one cute look :) Sorry about your needles, I guess the bright side is that gorgeous yarn is still in one piece. Enjoy your week Lori.

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    1. it's safely out of reach kim :)
      i hope you have a wonderful week too, thank you!

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  2. Oh dear! What size needles Lori? I'll send you a pair just because I know that Owen really is sorry. He couldn't help himself, it was the yarn fumes, honest!

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    1. tracey he truly loves all things woolly. last month he hid behind the couch with a skein of loft. he is sorry and knows it's bad manners to eat my needles and yarn, but as you said, can't help it. he is good at giving me the puppy eyes....

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  3. Oh my. At least nothing ended up inside of him!

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    1. yes! maybe it's time for carbon fiber needles!

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  4. How could you possibly be crossed with that cute little face?? He was probably trying to figure how to knit you something:-D

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  5. I understand why Owen couldn't help it, the mixture of those skeins and needles looks so yummy!!!

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    1. he is a pup with discriminating taste ;)

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  6. The girls and I will make him some treats for Christmas. He can chew on those!
    ~Amy

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    1. he LOVES your bisquits! it's getting dark, chuck will be on the trail for at least 3 more hours :/ (that is a worried face!)

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  7. eh! eh! eh!
    so sorry for your needles.....
    xxx Alessandra

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  8. Oh Owen! Lol...
    How can you be cross at that sweet face! I bet he gets away with a lot.....;)

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  9. Never could Owen do such a naughty thing!! I am shocked and he looks so innocent. I think you should search for a wee little mouse instead ;) I am so happy that my Frodo does not eat my needles maybe because I prefer metal!!!

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    1. maybe it was a mouse! :)
      i am guarding my basket more carefully now that he's discovered how fun it is to pull a needle out of a project. i am saving for stilleto dpns since i like metal too karen!

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  10. Sweet Owen didn't mean to do it...they just kept teasing him...lol.
    Hope all is well dear friend!! xo Cat

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  11. Oh dear...how to choose...that sweet face wins! Sorry, Lori! **blows kisses** Deb

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  12. oh no! those needles are so tempting. lol

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  13. he does look guilty... so stinking cute though!

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  14. well given the gentle looking damage this must have been a delicate bite or two.....

    how do you know the culprit wasn't a moth? or a visiting mouse?

    (i've got your back, owen)

    :^)

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  15. Dear Lori,

    My little Poppy (who looks so much like Owen) loves to knit and crochet! She loved the habdle of my newly finished crochet bag. The handle was beautiful made of rope and wood. She enjoyed my red shoes too. Lucky i adore her.

    Suppose they are showing signs of frustrated creativaty.
    Love your blog.

    Susan xxx Love to Owen

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  16. Oops, Oven! I guess your mom have to take metal needles and give the wooden for you! Don't feel guilty, I know you liked the needles because they had smell of your mom's hands. Hugs from Nero!

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  17. Oh my that is a crime! but are you sure that such a little cutie could be the suspect?

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  18. First it toke me a while to figure out the crime. I never thought dogs would be interested in knitting needles. But then of course this is your dog so what else would he like ;-)
    And what a cutie he is!
    Wishing you a wonderful start into the last November week.
    Hugs, Gesche

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  19. How cute!! Owen does look as if he's very sorry about the munched knitting needles though, and he is so sweet it must be hard not to forgive him!
    Have a wonderful week, dear Lori!
    Helen x

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  20. He was probably trying to learn how to knit?!

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  21. it's really a very gentle crime.....

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  22. Oh dear, my puppies have been guilty of that too in the past. Cute pictures !

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  23. Oh, OWEN!! You and Freddy may never play together......he chewed up my pattern this weekend. (He's also gnawed on needles before, too.) You are both too big to still be doing this!!!

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  24. perhaps he's hinting for knitting lessons :)

    That face. Oh my!

    It could have been much worse...a trip to the vet.

    When Emma's naughty, she doesn't look that cute :P

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  25. Lori, Owen is such a doll, he can be forgiven of all things. I love him, please hug him for me! Such a joy to come here and see that face :-). xoxo

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  26. Oh no! That sure is a sweet little sorry face though hehehe.

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  27. We love you anyway Owen..... Next time get a proper stick!

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  28. What a naughty, but very sweet dog you have Lori :-)!

    Have a lovely new week!

    Madelief x

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  29. Precious!!!!
    Are you sure he did it????!
    Well I am :)
    Can you be angry at him????!
    No I guess not!
    hahahaha!!!!!!!
    Hugs for Owen and you of course
    ♥M

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  30. Oh Owen!!

    I feel for you Lori.. My cat Agent has been diligently chewing on my DPNs lately!

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  31. cuteness! glad he didn't get the yarn!

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  32. Hahahaha! That face! heehee! Oh, Owen, you little heartbreaker. And needle breaker. :) xox

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  33. Lori, your prime suspect does look a bit chagrined, but guess that to certain eyes, a stick is a stick is a stick.

    You've a fine sense of humor to accompany your marvelous sense of style. xo

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  34. Oh no! It couldn't possible be Owen with those eyes!

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  35. Uh oh! He does look guilty...

    My favorite part of this is that you tagged it "love". Aw! :)

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  36. Oh Lori, that last photo is adorable!!! What a sweety:)

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  37. Haha! This week I'm knitting a chunky cowl on size 15 wooden needles I rarely use, they're old and nice and smooth, and one is all rutted , covered with teethmarks from my last dog. Now that he's terrorizing rabbits in doggy heaven, it's a sweet reminder of him (at the time tho..different story).

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  38. Oops! The face says it all. Mind you, my lot don't stop at the needles, at least your yarn's intact!!

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  39. I adopt dogs that have this problem and live nearby for easy pickup. Please schedule a time and I will be there! LOL

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  40. Oh Owen! That precious face! Surely he is forgiven! :) Jingles is always gnawing on things. Especially plants with fresh new growth. :/ Best wishes, Tammy

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  41. OMG, what a sweet post!! Look at those eyes!!!
    xoxo

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  42. Knock knock
    Sniff sniff
    Hello hello
    xo

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  43. Oh dear! I had this happen with my kitten earlier in the year but he's learnt to be much better behaved around my knitting now. Did you drop any stitches?

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  44. I haven't been by in a bit... but oh gee what a post to return to! Poor needles!

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  45. That is the guiltiest looking dog I have seen in a long time! Owen, you are SO busted!

    Happy holidays to you and yours, Lori. And may 2013 bring even more blessings into your home :)

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  46. Wishing you and your family a happy and healthy New Year Lori!
    xo

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xoxo lori