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Thursday, March 06, 2008

The Socks I've Been Working On

I thought I'd show you a picture of the socks I've been knitting for the new pattern. Oh, it looks like I didn't get the socks in the frame when I took the picture, ooops! Well, here is the yarn I've been using for the socks I've been knitting for the pattern I've been writing. The yarn is Cherry Tree Hill Supersock in the Serengeti colorway. This is the first time I've used this sock yarn and I'm very impressed - it doesn't pool! The yarn is also soft and knits up nicely, so I'll definitely be using this brand again.

I actually finished the second sock last night and have started knitting the first sock of the second design, so hopefully I'll have the finished pattern available sometime next week.

Just a note, if you ever purchase a pattern from me and don't get a download link within 24 hours of the payment clearing (if the funds are in a PayPal account or on a credit card the funds will be processed almost immediately; if the funds are in your bank account, it will take four business days for the funds to clear your account and be processed by PayPal), PLEASE drop me an email - just use the email address on your PayPal receipt. Put the name of the pattern (or one of the patterns if you bought more than one) or Pink Lemon Twist patterns in the subject line so I know it's not spam and I can see what's going on and email the pattern files to you. I do use an automated file delivery system to send out download links but occasionally it gets caught in a spam catcher, blocked by a firewall or just doesn't work the way it's supposed to. Fortunately, it does work about 90-95% of the time just fine, but if you don't get a pattern that you've purchased, just let me know and I'll be happy to help you out. I want to make sure you get the pattern just as much as you want to get it!


Blogger Rudee said...

I love those colors. I'm going to get some of this colorway. Thanks.

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Sharon T said...

The color is so "spring-y". I might need to get some sock yarn, too.

9:21 AM  

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