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04/11/2004

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Vera

I love the colors on your sock, and the yarn looks so yummy. I'm still waiting on my Fixation (Rob had to reorder), so I started one with Regina Crazy Stripes, a 56 stitch cast on, and size 3 dpns. Working with four dpns was very awkward the first few rows, but as the cuff got bigger, it's just like three except it's four.

The pattern is very easy. I'm not sure why I was intimated by it.

Can't wait to show off my progress at the Guild Metting tonight where I'm already known as "The Sock Lady."

Larry

I'm definitely going to knit those Broadripple socks! Beautiful! But first I have to recover from my first pair of toe-up socks, well one of a pair.

Patty

What a lucky baby! The soakers are beautiful. I never would have gotten a felted bag out of my Manos if it had occurred to me to use it for a soaker.

I re-kitchenered my soaker & am happy with it, although it could be a little neater. Did you use one strand of yarn for the tie? I'm working on a length of i-cord to use as a tie, we'll see how that works out.

Sharon

Patty, I tried I-cord, but it was too thick. I ended up doing a crocheted chain. Even that was a tight fit through the eyelet holes.

greta

I think you'd better stop pretending those socks are for a gift...they look FABULOUS on you...and THANK YOU, a thousand times thank you...your picture of the casserole carrying Market bag gave me an AHA! moment...I never know what to make my Mom for her birthday....she needs (and will USE) one of THOSE!
YAY!

Brenda

I think the sock is SCREAMING "Sharon keep me!" I can hear it up hear in Western Canada, I'm sure you must be able to hear it in your own house. I think you better listen to it before it keeps you up all night!

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