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I absolutely loved this yarn. While not as luscious as my cashmere blend yarn, it felt much better than the Kroysock I used for my Mother’s purple haze socks.

Continuation of pair #5 in 2016

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This  cascade heritage prints yarn is so cool. The self pattern gives a wonderful effect. I love the blues and greens in this color way. It’s a merino nylon blend that feels great and is perfect for my vanilla sock pattern. 63 more words

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They are done!  I cannot wait to see my  83 yr old Mother rocking these socks. These are the gusset heel basic socks from the book Socks From The Toe Up by Wendy D Johnson. 61 more words

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Although Infinite Yarns Inc. was not part of this year’s yarn crawl, my friend Joanie wanted to visit this shop. Some of the other knitters had been there and gave it good reviews. 199 more words

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I attempted to knit two at a time socks on pair #2 of 2016. I had previously knit a skirt two at a time, and thought I could do this again, Well, the skirt was just two rectangles, it was knit flat and I had an instructor and experienced knitters on hand to help. 182 more words

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This pair of socks is the slip stitch basic heel from the book, Socks from the toe up by Wendy D Johnson. I changed the instep and the leg of the sock to a k3p3 rib. 99 more words

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I just started my Mother’s socks. The pattern is gusset heel basic sock from the book, Socks from the toe up by Wendy D Johnson. The yarn is Patons kroysocks in purple haze. 6 more words

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