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Thursday, August 09, 2012


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those are great!


I actually finished them way back when I test knit them, and wore them once. I decided I needed to have a tighter fit in the foot, so I frogged the foot and re-knit that portion again to give me a better fit. So this is the second time I've finished these.

I definitely think you should revisit them and publish it. I love this pattern (and the yarn and the color). Go for it!


I'm so glad you finished these - they look great!

Nancy opted not to carry the pattern, so I never completed the formatting of it, but maybe it's time to revist it? :)

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