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Thursday, July 14, 2005

A whole Lot of Stuff!

This is my One Skein Wonder!  I hate how the left side looks funny compared to the right side.  Icky!  Can you guys see that?  Is it going to be a problem?  This is the reason I hate working back and forth one side always looks a tad different!!!!! 
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Pretty color huh?  My friend Amy Suggested the Jo Sharp it was on sake here.
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Okay, Here are the socks in all their glory and displayed on my ugly tootsies! sorry the pic is so bad... the camera kept moving!!!! You might notice that I switched to the Magic Loop method to finish up...Gotta say I LOVE IT!!!  some how all of my ladders have disappered and I wasn't even trying to keep the stitches tight!  I can really see why people love this method, it is twice as fast and like I mentioned before, NO nasty ladders!!!!
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I was running to the mailbox before a big thuderstorm came nad what do I find?  A package!!!!! Dani from knitting sunshine sent me a dyable yarn and Kool-Aid!!!  Well, the following pics show how fast it took me to give dying a try!  I ripped that poor package apart, it didn't have a chance:)  Thanks a billion Dani.
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There we go it's in the pot!!!!!  I put to packs of blue and then just sprinked a grape on top after the yarn was added for fun!
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This is the yarn straight out of the pot just washed!  I think I like how it turned out.  I am trying to decide if I want to try again with darker colors???
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This is the yarn dried.  It only took over night to dry!!!!!



 



Thats all thats going on, I have knitting group tonight! Yeah!!!!!!

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