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04/19/2014

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Monica

Happy Easter! Love the color of the shawl yarn. Is perfect for the season. The socks are so awesome that can make any day St Patrick's day. So, cheers and hope you have a great day! Xoxo much!,

Tina

Love the socks Andi and they make me want to cast on a pair :) Your shawl is going to be gorgeous in the yummy yarn ... can't wait to see it :)

Kepanie

A hoppity 🐇 day to you. Glad you're having a lovely day. Your socks make me nostalgic - ol' Oompa Loompa taking care of Willie Wonka's chocolate factory!

Tracey

Happy Easter Andi and happy knitting. Your shawl is going to be beautiful!

wendy

SOCKS....love them xoxoxo

Lisa

I love that video, how funny.
And the socks, no matter what season, are gorgeous :) Happy Easter Andi!

Caffeine Girl

LOL! I made my husband watch the video. Strangely, he didn't laugh half as hard as I did!

Susan

Love the fresh looking socks and shawl.
I enjoy your blog. I find it inspirational and comforting to know others have so many socks on the go at once : )

Kaiya

Happy (post-)Easter!

And I must disagree with the video - I have said things like "honey, I don't need more yarn" before, when trying to stick to a yarn diet. Of course, it was usually followed by "...but I *want* more yarn..."

José

Oh, I bet that shawl is gonna turn out a beauty !
You had me laughing out loud here with that video... thanks !

katie metzroth

love the pink!
and your Ireland forever socks!
and the funny video.
You are 3 for 3 :)

Donna@Allthingsming

Happy Easter ...hope it was wonderful! Loving the pink yarn...delicious!

ellen

What do I love best the colorway of the yarn in that shawl or the name of the colorway? hehe. Such good things on good days. It sounds like you're living the good life with your tasty fun family days and beautiful yarn projects. All the best.

Julia

Sounds like you had a lovely Easter time :)
The Ireland socks are so cute! I've recently got some Rustic Fingering in the same colourway, beautiful isn't it? Still don't know what it will be turned into, but I look forward to seeing more of that pretty shawl.

Leigh

I just LOVE that colour you've chosen for your shawl. Those look like some pretty slim needles...you must be a very patient woman! Can't wait to see how it progresses:)

So nice to see you here at yours! (sorry it's taken me so long to pop in)

Annie @ knitsofacto

Victorian Village doesn't really sound like the right name for such a luscious pink! That shawl is going to be gorgeous Andi :)

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