26
April
2007

Why Hillary Climbed Everest…

Now I show you the secret project I’ve been working on at work while I’ve been page proofing.

A co-worker had a bunch of these:

And so I did this:

There’s a lot of photos, so I’m using a cut. Click for the full story…

Update (5/2/07) Welcome everyone who is coming from the Yarn Harlot! Thanks for all your wonderful comments. Before you ask questions, read the ones I’ve already answered: Click here for Giant Glove FAQ

So, my co-worker had these chairs as dining chairs and wanted to do something wacky with them - paint the fingernails on one, etc. I suggested one needed a glove. I asked him to take measurements, but he decided to bring one in to my office. Where it has lived for more than the past year. It’s been quite the conversation piece and people sit on it when they come to talk to me.

Given the monumental size of the task, I made some quick decisions. 1) Cheap acrylic yarn. 2) Double-stranded and big needles. 3) Top down. I purchased 4 balls of Caron “3/4 Pound” in Mixed Greens.

Knowing the diameter of the fingers, I was able to start at home. In short order, I had two fingers completed, keeping the stitches live so that I could work them down the palm or cuff as necessary. And that’s how it stayed until a few weeks ago.

Faced with the prospect of having to sell my house, I decided I needed to finish up projects and clear things out. So I started up with the fingers again and finished them all. That done, I sewed the gussets of the fingers together. Then I put all the palm-facing finger stitches on a needle and knit across the palm. As I passed the thumb, I picked up the thumb stitches to join to the palm. As I reached the shaped front of the palm, I did some short-row shaping. With the palm finished, I picked up stitches around the sides and put the remaining live finger stitches on the needle and started knitting in the round.

Every few rows, I’d try it back on the hand to see where I had to start decreasing or shaping. This is what I was doing with those Options cables I kept breaking. Mostly, they just weakened from the stress. Once I actually broke one as I was trying the glove on and forgot to slip half the stitches to a 2nd cable to give me some stretch and so I pulled it too hard.

After I knit down past the knuckles, I started ribbing. And I did a combination of shaping with decreases and relying on the natural pull of the ribbing to fit the base of the chair. I also knit the ribbing flat instead of in the round so that I could take the glove on and off. At this point, I started running out of yarn, but fortunately, I was able to find more, this time the 5oz balls of Perfect Match (took 4 of those too). Good thing acrylic never changes. I sewed some small hooks to one side of the slit and use them to close it up.

To give you a sense of scale, here is a young friend modeling the glove…

And a close-up of his Red Sox Baby Surprise Sweater I made (note, he’s not my child, he belongs to my office mate):

Now, you can’t have a giant glove without doing a few silly things..

The Wave:

The Bird:

The Pick-Nose:

The Proud Knitter:

New! Giant Glove FAQ: In response to questions in comments



261 comments

  1. Netter:

    Forget the mermaid spreadsheet, this should be your epitaph. Monumental knitting!

  2. Briana @ Horse Hound Knit Spin:

    Holy cow! That is amazing! I really have no other words for such a monumental porject other than congrats and well done!

  3. Wendy:

    Wow! I want one of those chairs!

  4. Helena:

    That is absolutely amazing!

  5. Michelle:

    OMG, that is all kinds of awesome. I must put it up on the knit.1 blog!

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  7. Anna:

    You never cease to amaze me. You think so big.

  8. SpaceCase:

    I’m speechless. My jaw is hanging open - what an incredible project!

  9. The Space Suitcase » Everest Indeed:

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  10. Annie:

    SHUT UP! You did not knit a glove for a chair! That’s quite possibly one of the coolest chairs I’ve ever seen. I bow down.

  11. Donna:

    Best. FO. Ever.

  12. Alex:

    Whoa. Color me impressed! And that’s one cute baby, too. :)

  13. Janelle:

    That is awesome. Incredible. Worth the needle sacrifice!

  14. Karen:

    That is amazing!

  15. hpny knits:

    Amy its awesome! I love it. how long has it taken you? wow, it fits so well, like a….glove!
    :-)

  16. Chris:

    That is SO cool!! And SO crazy! :)

  17. Frarochvia:

    I’m…. I’m gobsmacked. Yow. Za. Truly. Wow.

    Best fo ever!

  18. Janice:

    That is amazing! When I saw the first photo of the gloved chair, I thought it was a photoshop trick. What a fantastic project.

  19. Abigail:

    That is incredible! Well done. :)

  20. jeni:

    You are a rockstar! Look at that! I’ve never seen such a thing! I can’t stop using excalmation points, I’m so excited! Woo hooooo!

  21. Deb:

    Holy Glove Batman!!!

  22. Mintyfresh:

    1. That is hysterical.
    2. Who has “a few” hand chairs!?
    3. Did I say hysterical already?

  23. pamelamama:

    outstanding!

  24. sheree:

    OMG That’s so funny!!! And like Mintyfresh said: who has a ‘few’ hand chairs?!? LOL!!!

  25. Randi:

    I have to scream WOOOOOOOOOOOOOW from the top of my lungs…wait…let me do that again…WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!!! That is THE coolest hand chair with glove I’ve ever seen (not to mention the only one)…no one can top this…totally cool!

  26. wendee:

    This is so freaking awesome! What a clever and outstanding idea. Bravo!

    When will you go into mass production? I want one :)
    I see those chairs at Archie McPhees. Hey, they are cool enough to show this off - you should e-mail them your pics! You’ll be famous!

  27. Station Supervisor:

    That’s amazing, it now has me wondering what’s the largest sized glove anybody has knitted

  28. Jeanne:

    Amazing!

  29. Kari:

    That totally rocks!!!!!

  30. Macoco:

    absolutely amazing!

  31. Joan:

    Will there be a spreadsheet?

  32. Bron:

    I’m in awe. That is the coolest thing ever! That’s got to be some kind of knitting record, doesn’t it?

  33. Telmah:

    I’m sure you already know that is completely amazing.

  34. Rachele:

    Can we saaaay….Second Glove Syndrome? ;)

  35. Karen:

    OMG that is amazing! And so cool…

  36. Juno:

    That is really freaking cool. Mad, fascinating and cool.

  37. Laurie:

    What an amazing job. Now every knitter is going to want to get a hand! LOL!

  38. karrie:

    So amazingly impressive that I want to send you fan mail or something! Your hard work was worth it - it is awesome.

  39. Lynn:

    I applaud your tenacity!

  40. maryse:

    that is just brilliant! i also like the bird flippage picture

  41. Julia:

    That’s so hilarious:-D Like the hand, but it even looks better on you!

  42. joy:

    OMG i LOVE it. i can’t even make gloves for myself! *impressed*

  43. dynamiteknits @ circle + six » i wouldn’t do it, but…:

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  44. Rachel Ann:

    Very cool.

  45. Denise:

    That is just tooo awesome! Bravo! Great job!

  46. anne:

    that is TOTALY wild and cool! i love it. where did your friend get those chairs? (don’t worry, i’m not about to knit my own, but i DO love the chair and might want one for my yard)

  47. Artinreality:

    Oh my - that’s just completely nuts and wonderful! I love it! You rock! Have a wonderful week!

  48. KathyMarie:

    Oh my goodness. That’s amazing! Congrats on figuring it all out!

  49. Mariah:

    I almost never leave comments at blogs– but your glove is amazing.

    You are a knitting goddess.

  50. Mariah:

    Oh, and you might want to update your tag line to read: Needles and Hooks, stuff I do with hands, both mine and other people’s.

  51. turtlegirl76:

    Holy crap. That’s hilarious! I especially love the modeling of the glove in the “bird” pose. Hee!

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  53. Janice in GA:

    Brilliant. Just… brilliant!

  54. Cara:

    FANTASTIC!!! I love it! Great work!

  55. Jen:

    Hahaha, that is so freaking cool! I’m so jealous, I want one!

  56. Sherri:

    That is so freakin’ AWESOME!!! I lov, luv, luv it!

  57. Teresa:

    you did an awesome job of the glove, Congrats.
    Teresa

  58. Trish:

    That was so friggin’ hilarious. That is one big glove. It’s looks great. :)

  59. Cindy:

    This is one for the books! I have been knitting for a long time and have never seen anything like it!! It’s fabulous……!

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  61. Cora:

    I love it! My fiance say I need help though…lol.

    Cora

  62. Kayla:

    WOW!!!….what a fantastic idea…hats off to you for such a creative & ambitious project…

  63. Jen in CT:

    That is REALLY cool! Way to go! :-)

  64. Marti:

    Holy. Freaking. Cow. That’s amazing!

  65. jean Abbott:

    Absolutely Amazing !!!!
    You are so very creative and did a great job.
    Hang in there and I expect to see you on a magazine cover soon………..

  66. Sue:

    I bow to you, you are my hero!
    A local knitting guild knit a Volkswagen Beetle cover, but that was a group.’
    You have got to be a record holder!

  67. Elinor:

    HOLY CRAP that is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen! WOW. That way out ranks tree sweaters!

  68. Kristy:

    Wow! That’s so funny!

  69. Kim:

    Holy Crap…now that is some MITT!

  70. Margaret:

    Came over from knitspot, and I am just amazed. And laughing.

  71. Romi:

    Oh. My. Gosh. That is totally amazing! I *love* it. Hee.

  72. Sea Anemone:

    Holy freaking ! That’s so AWESOME!!! I love it!!!

  73. Cindy in Oregon:

    Oh, SNAP! That is just amazingly awesome!

  74. Holly:

    Woman -
    you are totally whacked.

    We need to nominated you for both the largest project, the funniest project, and the most inovative for the year.

    Does your friend know exactly how lucky they are to know you?

    -Holly
    Heidelberg

  75. Kristen:

    “No, I wanted a mitten.”

  76. Marie:

    LOL! Very impressive!

  77. angelarae:

    I’ll never complain about knitting anything ever again, but should I, I’ll think of this and bite my tongue.

    Ang

  78. Michelle:

    It’s all been said already…but wow. Just wow.

  79. Angie:

    Cool, so very, cool. Great job!

  80. Kirsten:

    I am speechless - unsure of what is more impressive, the monumental nature of the project, or the perfect fit you were able to achieve! Bravo, bravo, BRAVO!!

  81. LaurieM:

    You are nuts! Love it, but nuts….
    I wonder if it might make the Guinness Book of World Records?

  82. Dava:

    Amazing!”The Bird” is hilarious!This will go in my knitting hall-of-fame!

  83. Carol:

    What a FUN project… and an amazing feat of knitting engineering… An inspiration to us all on thinking outside the box for a use of talent. Thank you for sharing…

  84. Panda:

    That is so awesome!

  85. Kathy N:

    Wow! It’s great!!

  86. ck:

    So cool!

  87. Stacy:

    Wow. And I’m proud when I manage to finish a sock. Great job! I’ll be giggling sporadically all day. :)

  88. Eve:

    OMG it’s a Buster chair!

    “What do you expect, MOTHER? I’m half machine!!!”

  89. Bea:

    This is the coolest thing I’ve seen all month! Kudos to you for coming up with the idea and finishing it! I would have stopped at one finger :)

  90. Ricë:

    this is sooooo cool! and i’m not even a knitter! congratulations on such a fab creation!

  91. heide:

    Hilarious and monumental indeed! I love the pictures of you displaying its many uses.

  92. sprite:

    Oh. my. god. That is great! Congratulations on such a masterpiece!

  93. Rachel H:

    That is too damn funny. You rock. Perhaps in a slightly insane kind of way, but you certainly rock.

  94. Gina in Va:

    Wow! Give that gal a hand!!

  95. Laura:

    HA! Oh my gosh that’s great! When I first saw the picture I thought maybe you had spray painted it to look like variegated yarn or something?! Too funny!!

    This will totally end up on “you knit what?”

  96. Suzette:

    Wow! Amazing! Thanks for the gratuitous silly shots!

  97. suze:

    Love it!

  98. kelp!:

    So, so cool! Cozy everything! I love the shot of the glove on your head - that would make a great halloween costume.

  99. Teresa C:

    Seriously cool.

  100. Dianne:

    Wow, what a fantastic job you did.

    I still have the first baby bonnet I knitted for my daughter but she could not wear it until she was three it was so big.

    I don’t think I am a knitter by any stretch of the imagination.

    Di

  101. Simona:

    Totally amazing. What a grand project. I admire you for finding time to make this even when having a new baby. You must be a superwoman.

  102. kellie:

    *in awe* what fun! great pics

  103. Rouva Oranssi, Finland:

    I bet Guinness World Records would be interested in this glove!

    Great job! And crazy…

  104. quiltguy:

    BravA!!!Man Oh man!!! What a hoot! I take my hat off to you. Have yu contacted a Needleworker’s Guild to show them? I bet this’ll get yu a shot on a TV program REAL soon. What’s next? A wooly scarf for the Houses of Parliament? Good luck to you!

  105. Lynda:

    I agree with EVERYONE!!!! Call out the fiber magazines, the newspapers, the national guard. Who needs a war, just stick that baby in the presidential office and all diplomats will bow down to the United States of America for having such genius. The war would be over! Now how are you going to top this one?

  106. JessZ:

    You are awesome!

  107. Bronwyn:

    I’ve always wanted some of those chairs. If I ever get one I’m so making gloves for them… despite the amount of time involved. Hee.

  108. rain on tulips » when i think my projects are too ambitious…:

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  109. teeweewonders:

    WOW - You’re brilliant! Would you knit me some garden furniture?

  110. Gaile:

    (dropped in via the harlot’s tip…)

    That is totally cool. I so want one!

  111. Claire:

    That Is AMAZING - GOOD JOB!~!!!!

  112. laura b:

    Oh my gosh! Insane! You are amazing!

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  114. Deirdre:

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!

  115. Julie:

    Holy mother of purl!!! That’s just incredible and insane and awesome. Great job!

    Knit on with your bad self :-D

  116. phoenix:

    That is awesome! (and for once I don’t feel like it’s hyperbole to say so.) You rule!

  117. Sonya:

    Wow, wow, wow. I’ve always subscribed to the knit-because-it’s-there philosophy.

  118. Suzanne:

    That’s just about the coolest thing ever.

  119. Riin:

    That is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen!

  120. Spiffy Knits!:

    Wow. that is one mega FO.

  121. Terri Lynn:

    Sittin’ on some knittin’! I wanna hold your hand!

  122. miss ewe:

    You are my hero… that’s unreal!

  123. Seanna Lea:

    This was so cool I had to read it twice. I even flipped the computer around repeatedly to show my hubby.

    And I must say that this project goes well with the tagline under your blogheader: “Stuff I do with my hands”

  124. Wendy '78:

    amy! Now you need to knit a Michigan mitten! Yes, I mean for the whole state. I just know that was your inspiration!

  125. amy!:

    “amy! Now you need to knit a Michigan mitten! Yes, I mean for the whole state. I just know that was your inspiration!”

    Oh crap, now I guess I better start asking for the yarn donations. But only in Maize and Blue….

  126. Pat:

    You are incredible! Thanks for the smile!

  127. mo:

    Somehow sweaters have lost their enormity…
    You know you’ve made it when you’ve been linked by the yarn harlot!
    Kudos on the absolutely amazing job!

  128. Kathy:

    Now THAT is a glove! Amazing.

  129. Jen S:

    That is awesome!

  130. ML Wilser:

    Ooohhhhhhhhhh!!!! Kewl! A Hand Costume!
    == Marjorie, costumer and general oddball

  131. kelli ann:

    that is crazy beautiful. fabulous!! where exactly (like in the world)are these chairs? that first photo looks like they’re made from stone: that’s freakin’ awesome.

  132. nikki:

    This is the best thing I’ve seen in a looong time. You rock. :)

  133. julie:

    I just came to your site via the Yarn Harlot’s blog and I just have to comment! I LOVE the glove! What a riot! It’s amazing!

  134. Heather Joins The Round:

    WOW! I am humbled by your creative impulse AND that you actually finished the project. YOU ROCK!

  135. LunarAwe:

    I have to join the others in adding my kudos and applause. Erm… WOW!

  136. Tracy:

    Woman are you in for it or what?!? Not only have you succeeded in creating the absolute finest piece of knitterly coolness…the yarn harlot linked you. Get ready for the onslaught! :-) WAY TOO COOL WOMAN!!!!

  137. --Deb:

    Wow! I am SO impressed!

  138. gwynivar:

    Several things leap to mind once the synapses started firing again after the shock & amazement wore off…

    First off, BRILLIANT. Way to think outside the box.

    Someone needs to contact the guiness book for largest glove.

    Do you suffer from 2nd glove sydrome or will you be whipping up the mate to that one for the pair?

    Holy Glove I’d hate to have to knit the socks for the feet that go with THAT hand.

    and last but not least, now that your warmed up, how about a tea-cozy for a small apartment building? Lace y/o for the windows perhaps…

  139. Mariel:

    Unbelievable! That’s commitment. And not even for your own chair! Wow.

  140. filambulle:

    Yeah to absurd knitting. You are totally crazy, but in a very good way. Chapeau! (means something like, hat down=congratulation in french)

  141. Bullwinkle:

    Seriously outrageous. I love it!

  142. pippi:

    Holy Crap!
    That is the best thing I’ve seen in a long long while!
    I especailly love “the bird” and the nose picking!

  143. Margaret @ Inspirations Yarn:

    OMG! Will the pattern be available? I’d love to make one for DS and stuff it as a pillow! It would make a great floor pillow/bean bag for a kid!

    Fantastic work!

  144. Bianca:

    Wonderful project. I think I don’t even have the room to make something big in my tiny yard. :-) Amazing!

  145. Marti:

    This is the kind of thing that I would think would be fun to try, but never, ever seriously entertain the idea of doing. I so applaud your ’stick-to-it-iveness’ on this one. It’s absolutely fabulous.

  146. Jacquie Blackman:

    That is so brilliant!

  147. Nicole:

    Very cool! Just like something you’d find at an art exhibition.

  148. Rosi:

    Great thing, very cool! You must have worked months for this great result!

  149. Kirsten Dean:

    That’s great!!

  150. Lee Ann:

    That is seriously some of the most brilliantly crazy knitting I’ve ever seen. I’ve always hated how cold those chairs look…not anymore!

  151. Lysa with a Y:

    That is amazing…I can’t believe you finished it! I also thought it was a) spray-painted, or b) Photoshopped. Totally cool!

  152. Juliana:

    Awesome or what! I don’t usually feel at a loss for words, but this just is fantastic and deserves a mouth open stare…

  153. julia fc:

    Dropping from harlot too, to say that is epic and fantastic and really really impressive. Knitters should run the world.

  154. Jenifair:

    Dropping in from the Harlot also, but I think I’ll stay :-) As I was looking at the pictures I thought “that looks alot like home” and as I click through your links, sure enough, KIMBALLS! I grew up in Maynard and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Kimballs. Thanks for the memories. The glove is fantastic, such an endeavor.

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  156. elizabeth:

    That is really amazing and…you’re insane!!! :o )

  157. Vis Major:

    Great work!

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  159. shadkitty:

    Okay, this has nothing to do with the glove. That Red Sox baby surprise sweater is AWESOME. My hubby would love that.

  160. lesleyd:

    WOW!!! I mean WOW WOW! That is the coolest idea I have ever seen!! congratulations on finishing it and it is absolutely fabulous!!!

  161. Jo:

    I think I’m in love. This is awesome. :)

  162. Sheri:

    WOW! I can’t even imagine knitting anything that big! Great job! :)

  163. Zuma:

    I gotta hand it to you ;) That’s fantastic!

  164. Kay:

    You must have a wicked case of Second Glove Syndrome.

    Brava!!!! xoxo Kay

  165. Deborah:

    The incredible creativity of human beings never ceases to amaze me. You are no exception.
    Bravo for a quirky and astonishing piece of work.

    May the Knitting Fairy shine upon you always.

    ;-)

  166. Katie:

    My question is: when you sit in it, do you feel like you’re insured by Allstate?
    OK, maybe the younger knitters won’t get that joke…

  167. mamacate:

    Utterly, truly, and deeply brilliant. Or crazy. Sort of hard to say, but either way, I’m impressed.

  168. Micky:

    Just awesome!
    :)

  169. Kim:

    Wow, I am completely and totally amazed and impressed. That is just amazing!

  170. Laura:

    OMG. That’s wonderful!

  171. Janine:

    Stunnng! I a so impressed well done :-)

  172. Martina in AK:

    Hey…that is so incredible! I noticed there’s 4 guys over at Mount Rushmore who could use hats this winter. Are you up for it?

  173. La Verna:

    Holy crap girl!You rock!I bow in awe of your knitty awesomeness.I gripe cause my socks are going too slow!LOL!

  174. Gigi:

    What an amazing achievement! You have one lucky coworker.

  175. Valerie:

    CRAZY! MAGNIFICANT! I’M STUCK IN ALL CAPS AT THE SIGHT OF IT!!!

  176. Connie_in_GR:

    ::::slap::::: (that’s a high five if I ever saw one!) tee hee

  177. Marce:

    I’m just floored!
    You go girl.

  178. sharno:

    You are truly amazing–I’m speechless!!

  179. Brewgal:

    That is truly amazing!

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  181. Beverly:

    Awesome and amazing are overused, I know, but I can’t think of any better words to describe…OMG! Are you the knitter who knit the ranch house? I thought that was just an urban myth but now, having seen the glove, I can totally believe it! I bow before your knitting greatness.

  182. Jodi:

    Incredible job! Are you taking orders for others with hand chairs??? GAH!!! Can you imagine - “Yes, one supersize chair glove . . . that’ll be $50,000 please!”

  183. amy!:

    Yes, for $50,000, I will indeed knit another hand chair glove.

  184. danielle:

    o wow. WOW.

  185. Kari:

    Awesome!! :-)

  186. Ex-Shammy:

    There are no words to describe how impressed I am with this!
    Knowing how to knit comes in “handy” doesn’t it!!

  187. Judith Brodnicki:

    Magnificent! Absolutely Magnificent!

  188. This Rocks!!! « The never-ending baby blanket…:

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  189. You have to see this!! · Knitting @ CraftGossip:

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  190. iris:

    well ! when you decide to give someone the finger, you aren’t messing around.
    if i ever get a hand chair (because now i SOOOO want one) it will be getting a mitten, because i’m just not that ambitious…
    great work!
    iris

  191. Stephanie:

    Just a quick question for you. Have you ever considered submitting this humongo glove to the genus book of world records? I mean seriously they would have to make a new catagory for your glove but it would be worth it. This is truly amazing and not to mention the dedication you must have had to finish such a fabulous project. Kudos to you my dear!! Awesome!

    Blessings,
    Stephanie Beavers

  192. Michelle:

    WOW!!!!! That is phenominal, if only I had the time. You are truly a master!!!!! I love it and I want one.

  193. Robyn:

    Hi. I saw your chair at Webs tonight. I blogged about it! I thought it was sooo cool!

  194. lisa:

    Just what you need…another comment! But WOW that is the most interesting thing I’ve seen in quite a while. (yes I came over from the harlot’s site). I especially like the fun things you did with it!

  195. Jejune:

    I am totally in awe - what a great fun project! Now for the giant sock… ;)

  196. SarahSueMagoo:

    Wow! That is truly amazed. I linked to this blog on my blog because I loved it so much.

  197. SarahSueMagoo:

    I mean truly amazing…. I’m amazed… errrr…

  198. K. Anne:

    Wow. I bet you are glad that you don’t ahve to knit a pair. Lol.

  199. Maggie:

    hi i enjoyed the read

  200. Kim:

    OMG!
    I have 2 of these hand chairs in purple.
    I want gloves. My girlfriend hates my chairs. Maybe she’ll like them better with giant gloves on them.
    Really! email me. I want gloves for my giant purple hand chairs.

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