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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Putting the Pink Back in Pink Lemon Twist

In my constant quest to find the perfect pink sock yarn (and to add more pink socks of all shades of pink to my drawer), three more yarns have joined the Pink Lemon Sock Stash! I got these from The Loopy Ewe yesterday. I think I ordered last Friday afternoon - yes, she ships that fast!

As you can see, someone has discovered that he can be part of the AM blogging photo op around here. From left to right: Finn's left paw, Ashes Of Roses by Seacoast Handpainted, Lipstick from Claudia's Handpainted Yarns, and Chantilly Lace (go ahead and sing along - I am) from Duet Sock Yarns. The Duet Sock Yarns have a main skein and then a tiny little baby skein which coordinates for toes and heels. Isn't that a cute idea?

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Blogger Soo said...

Gorgeous colours. I really like Cluadia's Handpainted yarns, I haven't bought a colour yet that wasn't lovely -- and I'm now very tempted by the Duet Sock Yarns....

7:33 AM  
Anonymous Irene said...

hallo Melanie, herzlichen Dank, dass du die Texte von Mystery ins deutsche übersetzt hast. könntest du es auch an die engl.Strickerinnen weitergeben, dass sie die deutsche übersetzung dazusetzten?
Das Interesse der deutschen Strickerinnen ist gross und nicht alle der engl. sprache mächtig!!!!
Herzlichen Dank

7:39 AM  
Blogger Rachel said...

Huh, that's why it's called Duet yarns! I was wondering about that awhile ago. Lovely, gorgeous colors! They really do look scrumptious!

8:06 AM  
Blogger Rhonda the Stitchingnut said...

Love the different shades of pink! And I think I could get hooked on the Duet Sock Yarns also. Sweet!

8:38 AM  
Blogger 'chelle said...

So funny because I just ordered some Duet Sock yarn from The Loopy Ewe on Friday and got mine yesterday as well! I like the color you picked.

8:59 AM  
Blogger Carrie said...

Well, I JUST told my sock-pal that I don't like socks with different colored heels and toes.

I think I just changed my mind :-)

10:10 AM  
Blogger Sherie said...

I think Finn's paw adds to the "artsyness" of the photos! Chantilly Lace is perfect for Pink Lemon Twist - pink and yellow together. That's going to make some gorgeous socks.

10:11 AM  
Blogger Jan said...

lovely yarn. I'm in pink mode these days and am especially loving the duet.

11:17 AM  
Blogger Random Thoughts said...

I have volunteers to help me free Ramius and relieve you of your "stash"! LOL! They are gorgeous and I love the colorways!

(Drat you Melanie... yet ANOTHER shop I am going to become addicted to!)

12:31 PM  
Anonymous chauntel said...

I love how fast Sheri is! The duets yarns are beautiful & I also bought the Chantilly Lace on Thursday, it was here Saturday. I couldn't pass it up, it's my namesake!!!

12:31 PM  
Blogger Nicole said...

The Duet sock yarn is a great idea! I might have to look into that one.

Lovely yarn choices!

5:29 PM  
Blogger Hattie said...

I just got my order today too! I looove that color pink you got on the left, the seacost. I got some in Sahara. It's sooo pretty!

7:19 PM  
Blogger Debi said...

The Loopy Ewe is a dangerous place :)
I love your new pink yarns, they're all beautiful!

2:07 AM  

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