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I read the first two Wicked books and always meant to read more of his, but time seems to escape me. I have a few others on my reading list first.

I like those arizone sunset socks, but agree they looks blurry. Isn't it interesting the effects we can get in the way we dye yarn?

Happy Easter Andi.


Happy Bunny Hop Day Andi! I always enjoy your blog postings! Especially the ones where you give me all kinds of new shiny blogs to look at!

Linda in VA


Thank you, Andi, for posting every week! I look forward to seeing your project photos and hearing about yarn designers. You create so much, even when working full-time!


Andi, things sounds great around your campfire this week! I hope you're enjoying this Easter weekend. I love that pretty yarn your sister gifted you. Happy days my dear.


i'm making hermione socks as well! how do you like working with the chroma twist yarn? it looks beautiful but like it might split a bit easily. :) hope you're having a great week.

Sarah-Jane Ireland

I just adore your blog as you always use such beautiful yarn and the patterns you knit are so inspiring. Thank you!


Hope you had a great Easter! You inspire many people to knit like you. It is always delightful to see what you're creating. Fun links!


Gregory Maguire is such a lovely man. I had the pleasure of spending quite a bit of time with him when I still worked in the film industry and we filmed Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister in Luxembourg. Fun fact - that TV movie was the dreamy Matthew Goode’s first job out of school.

I love it when someone you admire turns out to be a nice person and he certainly did!


Beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful. And, yes... a little blur look! ;) Thank you for the links, Andi!! Wishing you a wonderful week filled with snippets of JOY. blessings ~ tanna


isn't it funny how certain colorways appear blurry? crazy! love your socks and hopefully you can see them clearly when they are on your feet, ha ha ha.

kathy b

Your square for the survivor blanket is so lovely. Im going to check out allyour links tonight


Your Magic Eye socks are so cute! Remember Magic Eye?! What a great link round up, I'm off to discover some new-to-me blogs!


I'm back. I had remembered a lovely video you shared that I wanted to find again. It's the one in this post. I really love this little video. Simple yet somehow I can't seem to forget it. So thanks for sharing it. I've been making a few short videos and would one day hope I could make something even half as appealing as this one. Happy knitting to you Andi!

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