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I hope your move goes smoothly and you are blessed in abundance once you are on the other side!!


Congratulations on the upcoming move. I know how much work it is and how stressful, especially so when working. I hope all goes well with all the packing, moving and settling in.
Lately it seems I'm doing more frogging than knitting. But now I'm settled in to knitting a wrap to keep me warm in my little chair for the winter. Next up is a sweater I've been wanting to knit for ages.


I hope your move goes smoothly! I totally understand not getting knitting done- I got almost nothing knit for about three months when I moved this summer!


Always love your monthly "loves".

kathy b

I hope the move is awesome. Thankyou for sharing your life with us. It makes your post honest and fun


I hope your move is smooth and you're happier in that space. What possibilities to decorate with fresh paint and maybe new items.
Thanks for the congrats for my kid. She's playing tougher schools this week so all I hope for is a few games won.
I'd love to knit w/you one day. Wanna Skype one day?


Such soothing colors Andi. I hope your move goes smoothly. If you start to get tense, I seriously think you should look at the photos from this post, maybe pet that sock with the pastel, sherberty colors. Security Socks! Omg sock yarn makes me so happy. I should keep some kind of hand knit sock or yarn in a cardigan pocket to pet when I get anxious. It's funny, I know, but hey! why not!


I love the colors in those striped socks from scraps. I hope your move is full of endless possibilities. Moving is never easy so I hope it goes as well as can be expected. My best moving tip is to pack one box of essentials - toilet paper, a mug with tea bags, and a set of sheets and drive it over on the front seat of your car. Now days my essentials would include some knitting!


hi there andi :)
i love the look and idea of making scrappy socks
but i'm wondering how you manage all the ends that need weaving in
i know well how to weave for regular knits, but with socks being pulled on and off and stretched so much i worry they will come apart over time
what's your secret?
love your blog :)


Best of luck with the move, it sounds like you're approaching it in a really great way!! Hope that things settle down soon and you can squeeze in a bit of knitting in the meantime!


Good luck with the move! I hope that you quickly find comfort in your new space. Hope that you can fit in a little comfort knitting.

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