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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Sock it to me

The Seaweed Socks enjoy frolicking with a local flock of dolphins. These are the rare Virginia Carpet Dolphins. As you can see, I've finished one sock and have done a nice bit of the second sock. This is my swimming lesson knitting right now, and since the summer schedule is 4 times a week for swimming lessons, I should have these done in no time.

In spinning news, I've almost finished spinning the pale pink kid mohair and angora that I will ply with the Guardians of Lipstick. I'll let the singles age for a bit before I ply them and in the meantime, I have some wool and mohair that I bought at MDS&W that I'll start on. Guess what that will be? Yeah, more socks. I'm going to have some seriously toasty toes this Winter.

By the way, Happy Summer everyone!


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