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07/31/2016

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Tracey

I noticed the fig leaves are beginning to turn yellow and fall so autumn is sure to be here soon, fingers crossed as I melted in this record breaking heat! ;)
Thank you once again for the links, I love visiting new to me places.
Have a beautiful week.

Kylie M-W

Thanks again for your wonderful, kind words, Andi! I am off to check out all of the other links in your list with a cup of coffee! Happy end of July, and all the best for August.

Claudia Bugh

I always love your selection Andi! Lots of inspiration and beauty in blogland and how is it you find so many more bloggers than I knew existed??? lol Love the speckled socks WIP those pink toes are adorable :)

Andrea @ This Knitted Life

I so look forward to exploring all the links! July was beautiful. Welcome August.

Rachel

I just recently found your blog and just wanted to take a minute to comment on how much I'm really enjoying it! And this list of spaces to visit -- wow. So much goodness this Sunday morning! Thanks so much for sharing.

Linda

I've bookmarked many of the blogs you listed! I'm always on the lookout for new ones to read...
And yarns! I'm losing my favorite yarn shop in 4 weeks. I'm devasted to say the least. I've been to 3 others around me (two more still to go), but alas, even though they all have nice yarns and I will go to them now and then, it would take all 5 plus online shopping to measure up to my shop that will be soon gone... So I foresee a lot of online shopping in my future! Not as much fun as seeing and feeling up close, but at least I will be able to still get my favorite yarns (plus many many more - thanks to you!)... so I'm good...

Linda in VA

Tahnee

Indeed, knitting is not a race even though often we trick ourselves into thinking exactly that. Thanks for once again sharing so much inspiration and sharing my spring fern socks! :) Hope you had a lovely weekend

Sydney

That moment when you realize the pocket you made in a prior project is the same basic technique of an afterthought heel! mind blown! thanks for sharing, I'm 100% less intimidated by the afterthought heel now.

Stefanie

Your sock projects always make me smile. I'm sorry I missed your swap. I always forget to check out the boards of groups and just check the threads I follow.

DIane

I absolutely ADORE how that sock yarn knits up! And, as I mentioned on Flickr, I am always a sucker for a contrasting toe!

Casey

Those socks are so gorgeous!! thanks for the love ♥

wendy

A lovely visit here and you sure got some neat things sent to you Andi ♥♥

Kiwiyarns

Thank you for your lovely words. :-)

Kat

Such wonderful mail this month! The shawl and socks look beautiful so far-glad to hear you're making good use of those small in-between moments to get some knitting done!

karen

you are one lucky lady with your gifts and lovely sock knitting on the needles :)

Caffeine Girl

I love your socks. That is fabulous wool!
Thanks for all the "loves." I am in love with the Sonoma Stole and all its fringe.

Krissy king

I look forward to your blog every week. Every Sunday evening I catch up with my favorite blogs. Yours is at the top of my list and the others were recommended by you.

How do I find a swap to join. It sounds like fun.

Bless Bless
Krissy

ellen

"every stitch counts" thanks for the reminder. I've been in impatient mode and between the stitches and my back. I just seem to "want" what I don't have instead of focusing on the bits that I do. Silly. I love my knitting, and I'm grateful for every bit I can eek out when I can.

Happy Knitting!

sam

Fantastic goodies. The 3 skeins of yarn are fabulous, and the tea cup project bag is perfection!

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