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Lost in a sea of yarn and needles. Lusting after handmade socks and all things lacy


Cause You Know You Want To

It is time again for the Wee Tiny Sock swap. This is the most fun, the quickest and least expensive swap going. Make you tiny sock, stuff it in an envelope and mail it off. Soon one will be heading your way in return. So if you are slogging along with a big project, take a half hour out and have some fun!

Head over to Yarn Miracle for more information.

Thanks for the kind words on the socks. I got the call from Afghans for Afghans and they needed socks. I undid the round toe to make them a bit shorter and mailed them off. It must have been meant to be. Since they had been sitting in the bottom of my basket for almost a year.

By Suzann
On Wednesday, March 19, 2008
At 3/19/2008 10:01:00 PM
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Blogger Libby Says:


I love the socks. Are you gonna make another pair or are you gonna work on someting else?


Blogger smariek Says:

That sounds like a quick easy project. Do you make one single sock or a pair?

Blogger Dawn Says:

One sock Marie. But once you start it is hard to stop at one. Only 20 stitches. So a quick knit.
I am working on my SK Clappy, Libby. I would like to give the Coin Lace a shot on a pair of socks.

Blogger Suzann Says:

That was me not Dawn. :-}

Blogger Grace Yaskovic Says:

heh whats up with you, haven't heard from you in forever!!!! I worry


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