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Thursday, July 12, 2007

Sock and Moo!

I've gotten a little bit more done on my Sockapalooza Pal's sock and I've actually started the heel flap. I am still loving this yarn (Merino/Tencel sock yarn from The Woolen Rabbit), the softness, the shine, and the drape of the sock. We are supposed to mail our socks to our pal during the first week of August so I've really got to get going on these. I probably need to finish up this first one over the weekend, so maybe next week you can see the first finished sock!
In more exciting news (c'mon, you've seen half finished socks here before), I got my MOO Cards! These are so cute. They are only slightly larger than a stick of gum (Doublemint sized gum) and they are on a really nice cardstock. It almost has a laminated feel to it. I've needed something to tuck in with swap loot for a while and these will be wonderful. Caleb has already grabbed two of them (Finn's drumstick and Ramius sitting by the sweater - third row from the left, bottom and top) and is threatening to swipe more. I can't say he doesn't have good taste!



Blogger Peggy said...

The sheen on that yarn is remarkable!!! I love the pattern. What a cute idea, I've never heard of "moo cards."

8:08 AM  
Blogger Robin said...

Hmmmm...Moo cards, never heard of them, but very interested!

8:35 AM  
Blogger Rhonda the Stitchingnut said...

Oh ya, I've been meaning to order some Moo Cards. Thanks for the reminder! They're so cute ...

10:11 AM  
Blogger lillysmuul said...

The Moo cards are very popular in
flickr.com photoalbums.Many crafty people have ordered them already and some have even made frames for them.Same use them as business cards...

6:04 PM  
Blogger lillysmuul said...

sorry,almost forgot:
Concratulation for an interview with USA Today about the
worldwide phenomenon that is the MS3 KAL!
You are really famous!
I'm happy for you!

6:10 PM  
Blogger Opal said...

you're an evil enabler. i just bought myself some MOOcards of my own, since yours are so cute.

8:04 AM  
Blogger Having a Knit Fitt said...

Thanks for the link to Moo cards. They are exactly what I needed/wanted.

10:31 AM  

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