Yarn bowl

I got a yarn bowl for my birthday - very nice. Apparently, it was made to order and my wife got email updates during the process. It was made by Valorie Scherr at Mornin' Glori Pottery:

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purlyman's picture

Very nice!! I've always thought something like would be so great! It's beautiful! Great gift!

Frank

Kilted Knitter's picture

It is Beautiful! What a lucky man you are to have such a beautiful wife and yarn bowl!

kylewilliam's picture

super thoughtful of your wife :) - I love when people put extra special thought into gifts!! This is sure to be a treasured knitting item for years to come!

Kyle
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Bill's picture

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Absolutely gorgeous. It will look great just sitting by itself, let alone with a nice ball of yarn in it. What a loving gift from a thoughtful wife. Happy birthday. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

WillyG's picture

Hot stuff! I'm a bit jealous. It warms the cockles o' me hart to see such love put into a gift! I think your wife just shot way up in everyone's esteem here.

crmartin's picture

Gorgeous! I'm sure it will be treasured for many years.

Randy

Randy

michaelpthompson's picture

That's pretty cool. I never heard of a yarn bowl before. I can see how that slot works on the near side; is there a hole on the other side, or is that just a dot in the design?

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OperaGeek's picture

I'm assuming the closed hole is for projects where you don't intend to break the yarn until you're done. I'm not sure I'll use that much...