Merry Christmas!

It’s almost Christmas! We are closed today through Wednesday, so I wanted to take this time to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas. This is a photo of the old post office in downtown Fort Collins and it seemed a pretty, peaceful photo to share for the season. They put up the most beautiful lights in downtown Fort Collins during the holidays, and this photo that Paul took shares a little bit of that with you. (Click on the photo to make it bigger and enjoy it even more!)

Turn up the holiday lights, make yourself a cup of hot cocoa, and enjoy time with your family and friends this week. We’ll be back in the shop on Thursday (come to Knit Night if you’re in town!) and I’ll be back with you on Friday here on the blog. Merry Christmas!

Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew

P.S. Congratulations to the RAK contest winners from last Friday’s blog. We’re sending a skein of The Loopy Ewe Seasoning Series to Kay (who gave away a Turn A Square hat to a new knitter in their knitting group) and Rachel (who stopped by to visit her grandmother at her nursing home on a cold, rainy, busy day this week.) Rachel and Kay – please email me so that we can get your color choices! I hope you all had time to read the comments on our RAK blogs the first three Fridays of December. You’ve been up to some wonderful things!


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13 comments on “Merry Christmas!

  1. How lovely! Thank you, Sheri, and all the elves for another year of impeccable, chocolaty customer service. Wishing you and your family a warm and joyous Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year.

  2. Linksmu Kaledu! Thank you for all you’ve done this year Sheri and Loopy Crew! You’ve made deployments bearable and spread joy among the four corners of the globe with boxes o’ fun. You deserve a hard-earned break. Peace, love and nekkid gunner hugs!

  3. HAPPY HOLIDAY TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AND ALL THE LOOPY ELVES!

    Thanks for all that you do! I look forward to each challenge and can’t wait for Camp Loopy. How you come up with all the great ideas I’ll never know but I’m glad you do.
    Love all the photos you share with us and look forward to seeing more in the coming year. As for the recipes, every one of them that I have tried has been awesome.

  4. Two treats from Fort Collins today, a wonderful block printed by my friend Jennifer’s husband and the picture of the post office. Happy Holidays!