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09/02/2018

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Wendy

Loving the scrappy socks. I want to go make some now. Also love the video, that was nice to see.

Diane

I love your project bag and that lovely quilted yarn bag. I'm loving homemade bags so much that I'm going to attempt to see if I have all the parts to my sewing machine so I can make a couple more for myself. Otherwise, I guess I'll simply have to keep giving Etsy sellers my business ;-).
Btw, thanks for all these links: Knotions is new to me and I spent way too much time on their site :-D plus, being that I love knitting sweaters, I adored Patricia's newest sweater.
Have a grand week.

Dee

Your blog postings are always SO pretty (and inspiring). I might have to join up on that monster sock along. I sure do have enough scraps. LOL

Do you know how long it lasts? I have a few things to finish up before I start on a KAL.

Karen

That video clip was lovely!! Thank you for sharing it!!

Jane

I love all the soft colors in your knitting basket and socks. I think when we knit the colors we love, the scraps have a way of joining hands and looking great together. The video clip is wonderful.

kathy b

I will go look at KNOTIONS!!!

Kat

Oh, I love those monster socks, hopefully someday I'll actually get around to making a pair! It's such a great idea for a KAL.

Tien

Your scrappy socks are looking so pretty! Love the soft colors and I wish I was disciplined enough to weave in the ends as I go like you are. Thank you as always for the lovely links. It's so hard lately to find the time to surf the interwebs so your monthly links are wonderful.

Stefanie

You have such a knack for pairing colors for your monster sock. I was tempted to join in but I want to start a Cozy Memories blanket first. Maybe next year.

Amber

I love your bunting bag! Where did you get it?

Also, the scrappy socks are turning out beautifully! At first glance, I thought it was self-striping yarn. The colors go together really well!

ellen

Andi, I love those remnant socks. It says something about your beautiful sock yarn choices that you can whip up at random combination something so beautiful.

Lisa

Love how your sock is looking! So colorful. It's a good idea to weave in the ends as you go! Hope you had a great weekend

Gail

Loved that video, what an amazing program - thanks for sharing.

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