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Caffeine Girl

I didn't know you drink coffee as well as tea! Personally, I think both are necessary for a balanced diet and a happy life.
That Great Lakes Tweed is totally addictive. I feel like I could knit from that nothing else for the rest of my life!
Thanks for introducing me to Melissa's blog. It's nice to know I'm not the only ADD crafter. And her work is SO beautiful.
How did I miss the Birkin Sweater. OMG! It is SO gorgeous.


Love the sock casting-on in-wild-abandon over there :) Nothing wrong with socks! I'm knee deep in my sister's sweater almost done with the first sleeve wahoo! Thanks for mentioning me, I am in good company if you like to resist change!!


You know I always love seeing your socks lol


Oh my gosh ..... 100°F already???? It's going to be a long,
L-O-N-G summer.

Your projects all look so lovely and spring-like.


Oh what a fun surprise to see Simcha mentioned!!! It was Steve's suggestion to have him model the cowl and he does wear it much better than me :))) But he's still not keeping it. Love all the beautiful socks you have going. I knit a pair of Woodland Walk socks it's a fun pattern. Have a great week Andi!

Lynn Taylor

socks are a wonderful thing! i love the ladies making the dolls. i hope they have someone to do this after them. it is good to knit for others. i like to knit up something and then think of who to gift it too.

Have a great week Andi


That Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds colorway is my EVERYTHING <3 I love all your socks so much!


Hi Andy; I hope your health is back to normal. I had fun seeing all of your sock WIP's today.


I just love your blue sock! And the pink/green/cream! Such beautiful colors! I'm so envious! I only allow myself to have one pair of socks on the needles at a time because I am such a SLOW sock knitter. I'm on my third pair. Each of my other two pairs took over a year (not the only thing on my needles, obviously). This pair has been on my needles for 5 months and I have high hopes of finishing them this month and starting my first shortie pair. I love seeing all your socks. It keeps me plugging away on mine because I want a drawer full of lovely hand knit socks to wear all the time!


Look at all your socks. How fun. I say cast on with abandon. I love the video of the women knitting dolls and her comment about how they sit together in the afternoon and knit without saying two words to each other. Inspires me to do more charity knitting.

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