4.08.2013

giveaway #108

The Grand Prize Winner of the Morning Coffee giveaway is:

Kirsty

The two Runners Up are:

Brenda & Anonymous (rosebob on ravelry)

Congratulations! Please contact me at yarnonthehouse@gmail.com to collect your prizes.


This past weekend just flew by! I got to attend the first ever Vogue Knitting Live event in Seattle (held in Bellevue)! I live just 15 or so minutes north of Bellevue, so I was stoked to learn that the show was so close to home. I chose to take a fair isle class with Susan B. Anderson that I thoroughly enjoyed and have now been sucked into the rabbit hole of stranded colorwork. I'll chat on that and what I got at the show in a post soon! Also, I recently got interviewed by Emma of the Emma Knitted blog. Check that out, if you wanna hear me ramble on about knitting and take a peak inside my embarrassing large yarn stash!

Now on to what you are really here for: the new giveaway! Jessica Anderson of All in a Day's Fun & MonkeyButtBabies on Ravelry along with Spud & Chloe yarns are our sponsors today. Jessica recently released a super sweet and adorable kid's cardigan called Bunny Hop.


bunnyhop

Look at those adorable bunny ears! I'm not sure what it is, but I love clothing that looks traditional or normal and then you see animal ears sticking out at the top! I'm not kidding you when I say that I would wear this cardi if it came in my size. On top of the cute stripes and floppy bunny ears, this sweater is knit out of one of my all time favorite yarns, Spud & Chloe Sweater. Spud & Chloe hit the nail on the head with their entire yarn line, but I especially love the Sweater, a worsted weight yarn that is perfect for childrens' garments. It's a cotton and superwash wool blend in an array of lovely colors that work so well together in any combination for colorwork projects like this one.

Here's an interview with Jessica for you to enjoy...

1. Please start by telling us a little bit about yourself and what you do?

Let’s see, for starters, I’m mommy to my four kidlets (7,6,4 and 20 months!), wife to my awesome and yarn-tolerating hubby. I homeschool the kids and fit in my knitting and designing around them. I started out test knitting about four years ago, then started sample knitting for a few yarn companies and eventually started designing my own patterns almost 2 years ago! I blog (whenever I get some down time, so not too frequently these days!) over at: All in a Day’s Fun. I am on Ravelry, quite a bit and I recently started a group on Ravelry for pattern support for my designs, to host KALs and just knitting chat in general, All in a Day’s Fun.

2. You just recently released a new children's pattern. Can you tell us about that and where your inspiration came from?

My new kid’s pattern is called "Bunny Hop!" and it was inspired by my seven year old. She absolutely loves bunnies and she keeps growing out of her shirts with bunnies on them. When she saw my finished samples for "Go Bananas!" (in Petite Purls!), she kept asking if I would knit her a coat with bunny ears. I love when one of my kids can bring me a picture or talk to me about something they want to wear and I can sketch it out, swatch it up and then knit it into what they want! I am a huge fan of stripes and think that they make miles of stockinette a lot more fun, and so I went with three classic “Spring” like colors. I knit up a nice swatch (my newest hat, Flopsy!), to make sure the colors would play together nicely, and to have a chance to perfect my bunny ears on a smaller scale. It wasn't long before I had two little bunnies hopping around (the littlest in her Flopsy, and the oldest in her Bunny Hop!)

3. What made you want to start designing patterns yourself?

When I was pregnant with my littlest one I kept searching for a little sleeper that was styled in this particular way- I wanted it to snap completely, have stripes, be soft, and most importantly it had to be gender neutral. I couldn't find the exact thing I was looking for, so I meshed a bunch of different ideas together to come up with a little sleeper that was just what I wanted. After she was born, I had an idea for a certain dress that I wanted to knit her, but again, I could not find a pattern, so I took some yarn and needles and made it up myself. After a bit of trial and error, I realized that I really enjoyed coming up with my own ideas and that I loved the finished product even better.

4. For budding new designers out there, what's the one piece of advice you have?

Keep knitting and keep learning! I look at my early designs that barely made it off my needles and smile. And then I look at something like my “Go Bananas!” that was published in Petite Purls and I really smile. I am so glad that I had a good friend that gave me the “keep trying, don’t give up!” speech, because it has been so worth it! Also, take advantage of the opportunities there are out there to learn- whether it is one of the designer forums on Ravelry, or one of the Craftsy classes on designing- the one on Sizing Knitwear Patterns has been a HUGE help to me!

5. What will be next for you? Do you have new designs in the works that you can share with us?

Well, I have a KAL for Bunny Hop that starts April 10 and runs until the end of May. Check out the Ravelry Group for all the KAL details! I am really excited about it, and can’t wait to see everyone’s finished Bunny sweaters. I just finished up a design that is a “Upstairs/Downstairs” inspired Cardigan that I am super excited about and can’t wait to have released! I’m working on a few kid inspired sketches at the moment and pulling out the yarn to start swatching for those. So, definitely stay tuned!

6. Why do you knit?

Good question! I knit because I enjoy it, I love to see the finished object but I also love the process of making something. And I love when my kids ask me to make them something and they help pick out the colors and how they run off with the finished item, ready to put it on (even if it is a thick coat when it’s 80 something outside!) Their little grins and giggles make it all worthwhile.

7. When did you learn to knit and who taught you?

I learned to knit a little over 6 years ago when I had two little ones in cloth diapers. I found the cutest little pair of longies that I wanted to get to put over their diapers, but my husband thought that $60 was a bit much to spend on something to go over their diapers. He challenged me to learn how to make them, and so after much more than $60 on yarn, needles and other knitting things, I've made well more than a pair of longies (and he is kind of wondering why he didn't just spend the money on the longies and call it a day!). I learned how to knit by reading knitting books and watching YouTube videos.

8. If you were to knit and live anywhere in the world, where would you knit and live?

That’s a tough one! We have such warm weather here in the desert but I don’t like it super cold (except that you can really layer on the knits!). I’m pretty content to knit what I like wherever I like, so I guess I’m slightly adaptable! It’s just nice when you can actually use what you knit. I’d really love to have a sheep and alpaca farm somewhere so I can at least have a source for my yarn should I ever need it!

9. What's been your worst knitting disaster?

Hmmmm, other than the headless penguin (I had some seaming issues when I first started knitting toys!), the one that is really bothering me at the moment is a skirt I recently knit, where the gauge was giving in stockinette, but the skirt was worked in a particular stitch pattern. I swatched and blocked a gauge swatch but the top of the skirt turned out two sizes way too big! I’m still trying to figure out if I want to rip out the top and the buttonband or if there is some way that I can turn it into a wrap skirt to avoid ripping anything out. So, not too big a disaster, but definitely a frustration (and one of those times where you shake your head at your gauge swatch!)


10. And last but not least, if you were to be drinking your favorite drink while reading my blog, what would it be?

Coffee! (And more specifically, a triple grande caramel latte, with four kids, especially with one that thinks sleep is overrated and keeping mommy up all night is fun, coffee and that extra shot of espresso are required!). (And if I had no knitting to get done and all the kids were in bed, I’d definitely go for a mojito, yum yum!)


Jessica and Spud & Chloe have teamed up to bring you a really fantastic giveaway this time! TWO lucky followers will each win THREE skeins of Sweater in their choice of color(s) and a PDF copy of the Bunny Hop pattern!


bunnyhopyarn


I would like you to do the following if you would like to be entered into this week's giveaway:


1. Read over the rules if you have not done so already.

2. Leave a comment on this blog post by the end of Sunday, 4/21/13. I have two questions for you today! 1. What's your favorite Spud & Chloe color? 2. Jessica wants to know, if you could have a sweater with animal ears, what animal would you pick?

I'll join in this time... 1. Favs are: Beluga, Waterslide & Grass 2. I'm lovin' the bunny ears, but I would probably want big oversized doggy ears, because they're my favorite animal!


I'll randomly pick the winners in 2 weeks and post the results along with the new giveaway, so be sure to check back. Good luck everyone.

Sincerely,

Ve

127 comments:

Maryse said...

I love Beluga, Waterslide and Toast! I love bunny ears! So sweet! I love Sweater! I've used it once and I've also seen some great FOs realized with it!

Amy said...

Popsicle, splash and beluga are my favorites right now! I would love me some velvety soft pug ears! Great giveaway, thanks!

marianne said...

grass, firefly and pollen are my favorites! I'd probably go with kitty ears. thanks for this chance to win!

katherinelynn_04 said...

Grass is my favorite Spud and Chloe color right now. And if I had a sweater with animal ears it would probably be either bear or bunny ears. Great giveaway!

Katie said...

I love calypso and dachshund. And I would want lamb ears because they are just so cute!

Rachelle said...

Moonlight is my favourite colour and I'd choose a cat as my animal even though dogs are my preference cats have more in common with me.

Alex said...

Manatee and Waterslide! And ears, hmm... I've been into deer lately, plus you get the fun antler part.

Katie said...

1. Billiard! Love it!
2. Hmm... I'm trying to think of some creative animal, but keep thinking of ones that don't have distinctive ears. Let's go with bear! Always cute.

Rachael said...

1. I love Moonlight! 2. I'd love a sweater with bear ears.

Anonymous said...

I LOVE Sweater; I have only ever used the grass colorway though. It would depend what I was making, but I think Lake and Beluga are gorgeous!

I would love to make a sweater with ears for my nephew(s). Frogs or monkeys would be especially cute!

Jubbers on Ravelry

florapie said...

Life jacket! I am constantly on the lookout for a good orange. And the ears would have to be cats. Although not a bright orange cat :)

Lenore D said...

I love waterslide and firefly. I think little alpaca ears would be cute.

sacha said...

Firecracker and Grass- I'd have to say I'd like some bunny ears.

Nidhi said...

Firecracker. I have a cocker spaniel at home so I'd love doggy ears.

Alice said...

Chocolate Milk for me. And for the ears--Italian greyhound ears.

UmmRania said...

Hard to pick! I would say Waterslide is my favorite color there! As for an animal, probably big mouse because my kids love the part on Kung Fu Panda Bear where Po holds the bowls up to his ears and pretends to be She-Fu. The would think its hilarious having "She-Fu" ears all the time.
Thanks again!

angelpai said...

ooh it's hard to pick just one....so manatee, beluga, moonlight...

I would love fox ears!

Charly Derham said...

Great competition! Love Manatee, Lake and Cider!
It would have to be kitty ears!

Charlotte said...

I'm going to choose lifejacket ... I have a thing for orange and think the name is perfect for the colour.

Ears are harder ... maybe big floppy elephant ears ;-)

Melody said...

Firecracker is my favorite color. I would pick Dalmatian puppy ears.

Malin said...

Firecracker and cat ears!

Jade said...

The colours are so vibrant, and it's hard to pick just one, I do love Waterslide, Grape and Moonlight though. And for animal ears, bear ears always seem to look soo cute.

TracyC611 said...

Hi

My favourite colours are Popsicle and Moonlight and as for ears, for me a donkey!

TracyC611 on Ravelry

Luv2CUSmile said...

This is so awesome... so many colors to choose from too. Seems so unfair to choose a favorite because they all look fab. I will say Grass is ONE of my favorites... if i could have a sweater with ears i would go with a puppy with floppy ears... too cute for words. Thx for an awesome giveaway.
~Luv

Stranded Things said...

Grape jelly is a delicious color! Just can't resist the purples... I have to say, my favorite animals don't have ears. Maybe I could get a couple of tentacles on the hem, instead? :D

Monita said...

Posicle, grass and moonlight are my fav colours. I think coala bears have the cutest round ears so that would be my animal of choice. :-)

Wendy said...

Moonlight today (could be something different tomorrow....) and a Monkey!

Phyllis said...

I'll let my color choice be a nod to my favorite animal, since they don't have ears for the second answer: I like Turtle. And which ears? Would snail eyes work? :-)

LuisaM said...

I'm all into blues, so I would say Lake...
About the ears, I'd rather save the yarn and knit something else! ;)

Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com said...

I like Grass and I would would like to see a sweater with floppy dog ears :-) Thanks for the chance!

Kelly J. R. said...

My favorite color is Firecracker. How I love Spud yarn. It's SO soft! If I could have an animal sweater it would be a little bear.

Zenitude said...

I really love Moonlight, but there are so many lovely colours! I love to see babies with little bear knits.

Anonymous said...

My favorite color is Chocolate Milk.

I suppose Westie dog (sticking straight up) ears.

StaceyKnitsIt

meeshelle said...

Oooh so many gorgeous colors! I love Waterslide and Root Beer :)

Hmmm I love so many animals, I would love a sweater with mouse ears, or maybe an owl!

Jen said...

I love Turtle and Grass. A sweater with ears, maybe a fox?

jennybookworm said...

1. I love the Firecracker colourway
2. I would go for antlers instead of ears!

evianlake said...

Root beer and Lake are probably my two favorite colors. And they would have to be cat ears, of course! I'm ShadowAP on Ravelry.

Jenn P said...

My favorite colors have to be Popsicle, Watermelon, and Jelly Bean. I love little bear ears on the tops of hoodies - so precious!

Ana said...

I love Beluga and Toast! I would have to go for cat ears.

Holly K said...

There are so many good ones to choose from, but I love Billiard! I'd have to go with mouse ears.

Susan said...

I'll have to go with Waterslide, too. Everything I buy lately is in that shade... maybe I'm thirsty! As for the sweater with animal ears? It would be a raccoon. In fact, it WILL be a raccoon. Someday. :)

Sarah said...

Moonlight & lake are very nice!
I would like kitty ears on a hoodie! I think i will make a kitty hat!

sparky136 said...

color - cider
ears - tebby bear ears

Desiree said...

Color Chipmunk
Ears- bears

My son's nickname is NoNo bear! Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Moonlight, jelly bean and grape

Ears: doggie of course


Fracksmom on ravelry

Ashleah (a1dawen on ravelry) said...

1. I can't decide between Billiard, Skydiver, Grape Jelly, and Lake!

2. If I could have a sweater with animal ears, I would choose kitty ears!

glongley said...

I love the color root beer. A sweater with pig ears. lol

Sabrina said...

I like several of the colors, but Turtle is one of my favorites! I've never gotten a chance to used Sweater, so that would be nice.

And I think I would chose Bear ears for my sweater ;)

Sgbooth88 said...

Ok let's see my favorite colors of S&C: life jacket, billiard, manatee, penguin, waterslide, barn, grape jelly, cider, chipmunk, splash, firecracker, moonlight, toast, lake, root beer, popsicle oh and ice cream... Is that too many? I just love color and they have absolutely fabulous colors!

As for ears on a hoodie, I would love cat ears, or it would be really awesome to have lion ears and a mane!

Drae said...

I'm with you on favorite color : Beluga. My favorite animal is a chicken but you can't really add chicken ears so I'd have to go with sheep.

Gwenn said...

It's just about impossible to pick just two! Grape and Popsicle are but two of my many favorites..

As far as animal ears--Maybe some cute fuzzy squirrel ears or owl "ears".

Debbie in KY said...

I'd pick the color Moonlight. And I'd go for long, floppy Beagle ears. :-)

Isa said...

I loved the colours Barn, toast and ice cream. I would like a sweater with kitty ears. Thanks!

Sara said...

Grape Jelly, Lilac, Igloo

Dog

Nhsarab at yahoo dot com

Debbie said...

My favorite S&C color is Waterslide. And since I am totally smitten by our almost 1 year old chocolate lab puppy, I would love a sweater with floppy Rootbeer ears!

TopHat said...

I love pollen! Also, I would make a sweater with panda ears.

Debbie said...

Firefly and cat. Thanks!

thewalshfam said...

I love the lilac colorway. It is the perfect lavender! I love anything with teddy bear ears, though the bunny ears are super cute, too!
Katie
Rnmama on ravelry

vanessa said...

Manatee gets my vote! And I love monkey ears, because, well... I love monkeys :)

Geraldine said...

Love Splash! I'd have to go for doggie ears... definitely another favorite!

Katie said...

Billiard is really lovely. I saw a little kid out and bout with a bear sweatshirt - little ears and fold-over mittens with paws on them. Too cute

Kara said...

I love grape jelly, and I know my little girls would too! And I think teddy bear ears would be totally fun - they're small enough to stand up, and be just a little quirky touch to a sweater hood.

Anonymous said...

So many choices! I think I'd go with Grass, Splash, and Ice Cream since today is ridiculously hot for early April. (VAmom on Ravelry)

Marlitharn said...

I like Moonlight, Grape Jelly, and Jelly Bean - so bright and cheerful! And I've always liked sheep ears; it's cute the way they just kind of stick out sideways.

SherryG. said...

My favorites are Cider and/or Chipmunk. I would love to have a sweater with Hound-dog ears.

sherryglover1 on Rav

InJuneau said...

I like Lake and Billiard and Moonlight.

They're not exactly ears, but I love the feathers that go up over the eyes of ravens. They look kind of like ears.

knittingvee said...

Chipmunk, grass and pollen. (Love the color names too!) And I guess for animal ears deer...if they could be recognized as deer!

Kristina said...

I love life jacket right now. Nice and bright! I think I like nice long, floppy puppy dog ears

Elaine said...

Favourite Spud and Chloe colours? Too many: Beluga, Cider, Firecracker, Pollen, Moonlight, Toast, and Root Beer!

Sheep or bulldog ears. Way too cute.

Tamara Kubacki said...

Splash, Pollen, and Grass are catching my eye today. It's really a great yarn with wonderful color choices. My favorite animals don't have visible ears, so I guess something floppy would be fun, like bunny ears.

Kathy said...

I like cider, pollen, manatee, and beluga best at first glance. As far as a sweater with ears goes... how about lynx?? winterwrens at gmail dot com

Brenda said...

Splash, Pollen, and Lake are my faves today. Such pretty yarn!
Little bear cub ears are cute.

Thx!

(Goodstuff on Rav)

pat said...

I think Splash, oh wait no Beluga. Or Splash..... Or Beluga. Can I have two favorites? If I out them together? No? Ummmmmmm splash..... At this moment.

Kassia said...

Moonlight! I love teddy bear ears. :)

Sangeetha said...

calypso, dachshund, grass are my favorites

goecker said...

I love Grass, very earthy - Hedgehog ears would be my pick of animal ears...sew cute!

ikkinlala said...

I think my favourite of the colours is Root Beer, and for ears I'd probably go with fox.

Donna said...

Great giveaway! I love Grass and Pollen. Yummy!

Anonymous said...

I like Root Bear and the animal would have to be a rabbit
reiki on ravelry

Anonymous said...

This is fun, I like the Manatee color and I would have a doggie sweater
apple380 on ravelry

Ina said...

I love Root beer, but my little girl would probably pick out Popsicle or Little dancer for her next sweater.. :-) And I just adore the bunny ears!

Eva said...

i LOVE LOVE LOVE Turtle and Jelly Bean! Gorgeous...
Laugh.. Ummm.. I like cow ears.. Perhaps because I think cows themselves are adorable..

Pam K said...

Hi. I have loved using the Igloo, and the Watermelon( for toys). I may like to see a teddy bear sweater. The Spud and Chloe yarns are a favorite of mine although only one store carries it in Phoenix. Pamk on Ravelry.

LeStyleophile on Ravelry said...

Aww, what an adorable pic and pattern! It has to be bunny ears for me, too! As for my fave in S&C, I love Waterslide - it's just gorgeous. :) Thanks for the fun giveaway!

Naomi said...

I like root beer and grass and pollen. And I would want little rat ears on a hat, possibly with a little nose and whiskers that would twitch when the breeze blew

Judi A. said...

I like the pink, I think it's called watermelon. I'm a cat lover, so one with ears of a kitty would be my choice.

Zowmom on Ravelry

Johnston4kids said...

Oooo, splash looks super fun! I'm going for koala ears, round and stand upish, plus I have a son who is all about koalas. I also think a tail might be cute!

Emily said...

Moonlight. I'd have to pick a wool sweater with lamb ears!

Anonymous said...

I like root beer the best and would pick a sweater with bunny ears
Yknitt on ravelry

Anonymous said...

I like the grey Manatee colour way. As for a sweater with ears, a cat sweater would be cute
Ilovemyipad on ravelry

Sheila said...

I love the billiard green. As for animal ears, lynx ears are so cute with the little tufts sticking up.

Robin said...

Moonlight is my fav. I've used Spud and Chloe Fine for a few sweaters and would love to try this weight.
Love the rabbit ears but I'm partial to kitties.

Anonymous said...

Burnt Toast is a nice color, Doggie ears would be great!
rav id: zelator

Celeste F said...

I really like the Pollen color. I recently made a sweater out of Spud and Chloe Fine in Anenome which is an awesome color as well. As for a sweater with animal ears, I'd have to go with kitty cat ears!

Becky said...

I love Billiard, Skydiver and Moonlight (it is hard to narrow it down). I would go with bunny ears.

Becky (gathersnomoss)

schwip said...

I like the Lake color and would love kitty cat ears.

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I like Lake, Popsicle, and Ice Cream and would like dog ears.

Karin Ishibashi said...

I love Beluga, Pollen, and Cider. A monkey sweater would be awesome, but it has got to have a tail to match!

Turtle said...

oooh, firefly, beluga and toast... pretty!

phaedra96 said...

I think I love the color lake. And, as for ears....I have a Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppy and I am in love with his ears. They are almost bigger than he is!!

Olga said...

My fav is Billiard. Looks so saturated and bright!
I'd love to have some panda ears on a kids sweater;p it would be so cute!

Lael said...

Lake - or maybe Skydiver - ears? Let's see, since I raise sheep, how about sheep ears.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the giveaway! So many great colours, but I think Pollen, Moonlight, and Ice Cream are my favourites. Ears on a sweater? Bunny is always cute but I am a cat person, so I think I have to say kitty ears. ~ Rebecca (knittingwithwords on Ravelry)

Rachel said...

Billiard and manatee are so pretty! I would go with bunny ears.

Kati said...

Waterside, Firecracker, and Moonlight! They are delicious yarn ball beauties... hey, I would like kangaroos ears! Like jumping around with my kids.

Knitsewcrochet on ravelry

Miss Agnes said...

There are many beautiful colors, but if I had to pick one right now, it would be Waterslide, mainly because I long for sun and sea and blue skys.
I love cats so I would choose a sweater with cat's ears.

missagnes on Ravelry

Amanda Vondrasek said...

1. I really like the watermelon color! Beautiful.

2. I like all animal ears, but I think I would pick to do either bunny ears or bear ears. :)

AmandaVondrasek on rav

sy said...

I love Penguin and Grape, and cat ears.

Iris de Voogd said...

My faves are Splash, Firecracker and Pollen. I think my hood would have hippo ears; they are so cute and perky. What a lovely giveaway, and an excellent blog, too :-)
Cheers, Iris

Aparna Mulgund said...

Beluga and toast are my favorite colors.If I had a sweater with animal ears then it would be bunny ears. Thank you for this great giveaway.

melosa said...

Right now, I am really loving Beluga and Toast. As for ears, I'd definitely have to go with bunny....or maybe mouse ears? :)

Krys @ Sunshine and Rain said...

I love Waterslide, Watermelon & Igloo! And, I love teddy bear ears! :)

Anonymous said...

I like Moonlight the best. But...I like fox ears, so if that was what I was doing, I'd probably want to use Firecracker and Chipmunk!

neneni on Ravelry

stephigordon said...

Hmmm, Splash, Beluga, & Watermelon are all amazing to me! (: I have a dog & a cat whom are both dear to me. Hard to choose whose ears I like ... Have to go with dog (Labrador) ears. Thanks for the nice interview and give-a-way. Stephanie (indigodogmt on Rav)

Anonymous said...

I love Manatee, Beluga and Skydiver.
asteride on Ravelry

C Gibson said...

Grape jam was a favorite color of mine. I completed a Chloe by Alana Dakos in this color. Beautiful dark purple that my toddler refused to wear. Oh, well...I thought it was beautiful!

Specific for the animal question, I would like short pointy ears like those on a cat or fox. I think that would be adorable!

CoggiesMIL said...

Fave Chloe colors today, Chocolate Milk, Manatee, Beluga, Popsicle.
Animal ears--cuddly Koala Bear!
Thanx for the opportunity!!

Victoria Williams said...

My favorite colors are barn, firecracker, jelly bean and popsicle. I would love dog ears.

Catherine said...

Lake is my favorite. And I'd have cat ears because cats rule!

CeltChick said...

Moonlight is my favorite. I would want mouse ears (actual size!) on my hoodie, so folks would really need to peer hard to see 'em!
AnnBan on Ravelry

Laura K. said...

I love Splash. Guess I'd like ears like my Am. Eskimo puppy.

Jack said...

Love Spud & Chloe!

Cortnee Wenerowicz said...

Jelly bean! And cat ears. :)

Anonymous said...

Fire cracker and popsickle are fun colors. Kitty ears sound like fun!
Cute sweater. I love Spud and Chloe!!!
Pavla

Carmen Nuland said...

My favorite color is Turtle, and I'd love to have either bunny or mouse ears

andri. said...

Ice cream, waterslide and beluga!:D cat ears would be super!

Kristen said...

I think my favorite color is Grape Jelly. And today I would choose rabbit ears for my sweater. That could change at any time, though, lol.