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Saturday, May 17, 2008


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First of all they are very pretty! I like the color!!! The pattern looks so nice...I'll have to check those out...


Those are some wicked awesome socks! (I'm just catching up on blog reading... you've been busy!)


fabulous socks:) I could never contemplate my finishing a pair of plain socks in that time, let alone a patterned one. Love the colour of the yarn


Very pretty. Nine hours? I refuse to do that to my hands :)


Very pretty, unique pattern. The yarn looks yummy.


ugggghh I can't imagine sitting down and knitting socks for 9 hrs straight, CRAZY!!!
They look great by the way, never heard of that yarn before.

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