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wow, your green socks are beautiful! i love that texture. and thanks for the video! whoa.


Obviously you just need to sneeze a few times. Your socks would come along much faster then.

As for KALs, I find them a bit stressful. I think it is because in my mind if I don't finish on time I've somehow failed. That potential failure seems to paralyze me. (Which is dumb. Not finishing a KAL is no measure on my character.)


I did a KAL once last summer, because I needed the help. I haven't done others, but I am a full time student so staying on top of things would be really hard for me to do. Good luck finishing up your projects in time!


Your swap partner will love the socks, without a doubt. The color is beautiful (and unusual!) and the pattern is very attractive. I should get invested in more KALs, they look like so much fun!


Andi, the socks are gorgeous. I'm curious to see the hat finished.

I would love to participate in a KAL someday - something like the Delancey KAL. But I need more time and flexibility to be able to do it well. So, I'll admire your KAL progress in the meantime. Have a great weekend.


I think all those types of community groups are such fun and can really push us knitters to stay focused. Beautiful socks and thanks for the video link -- loved it!


Your knitting is always so awesome! You are one heck of a knitting lady. Loved the video, amazing! cathy


Lovely socks! You'll definitely be proud of them. I'm not sure I could give away something so lovely if I knit them.


Love your socks! This shade of green is so delicate! You make me want to knit the same!


What a cute color for spring! I love your little ladybug marker! So much fun to see so much projects going on! I hope your weekend is fun so far!


I'm in the same stashdown group & have enjoyed it tremendously. I've been using it mainly to work on & finish smaller sized projects in my queue

Dennis Marquez

These socks look amazing! And thank you so much for sharing this video! It's very interesting! I don't think I would EVER have the patience, but still, great!!

Have a lovely day!



Whau, that lady who knits tiny garments is fantastic! Quite extraordinary. I enjoyed the video. Your socks looks like a very complicated pattern and very beautiful.


Haven't been to visit in a while. Cracked up at the video...I mean cracked up!!! Love the blanket you hooked for sister's friend's baby. And love the stuff on your needles!
: ) Kris

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