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Monday, March 13, 2006

Check this out...

OOOPS! First I'd like to point out that there was an error in the Hot Rod Socks pattern, originally posted on the blog: The end of the Heel Flap directions should say that you should finish with a RS row, ready to do a WS row. I've corrected it on the blog and the pdf version at the Pink Lemon Knits site is correct, but I wanted to make sure I tell everyone too!

Now that we've gotten that out of the way, check this out:I got this sock yarn (yeah, more socks, surprise, surprise!) over the weekend from Sunshine Yarns (she's supposed to have more yarns tomorrow). Dani called it Strawberry Banana, but obviously its Pink Lemon Sock yarn! With colors like this, I couldn't NOT buy it and look - she gives you matching stitch markers with your yarn. How cute is that? I obviously NEEDED blog socks. I'm not sure what pattern I'll use, the color sections look pretty short so I don't think I'm going to get stripes with this yarn, but I'll have to see when I knit it. For now I'll just pet the yarn and giggle.


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