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Friday, January 10, 2014

One Last New Project

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I’ve just got one last new project to show you and it’s a pair of socks - Hermione’s Everyday Socks to be exact.  I always like to have a sock project going, and after knitting the never-ending black socks of manliness, I decided to knit a simple, bright colored pair for myself.  The yarn is Socks That Rock Lightweight in a Rare Gems Fire color way.  I’ve used this yarn before in socks and mitts and shawls and I even knit a sweater out of the medium weight, and I can’t begin to tell you how much better it is to knit with than certain other yarns that were used in a pair of recent black socks.  (Clearly, I’m still feeling some resentment towards those socks.  I’m sure it will fade.  Eventually.)

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!  It’s raining here, but I’d rather have rain and warmer temperatures than what we had at the first of the week!

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Anonymous Joyce said...

I went into Ravelry to get the pattern, and discovered I already had them saved in my library! That's a good sign that I like the pattern.

10:38 AM  
Blogger Lissa Thomas said...

I love that pattern. I made a pair last year. The pattern is easy and fun. Love the colors you are using.

12:46 PM  

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