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July 15, 2009


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Dr. Molly Welsh

Mmmmm I really like the socks. That was a good dye job.


I'm glad you're feeling better. I'm loving the tweed.


Glad to hear it wasn't anything serious!

I really love the way pre-drafted fiber looks. It's so fluffy like you could jump into it and it would feel like a cloud or something. I love how it's spinning up, too :)

The socks are coming right along! Loving the color!! I think I might need to get some of that yarn to dye. Can you believe I've never knit with tweed yarn? I think I need to fix that.

I think you might be finishing Hey Teach before me. I've been seriously slacking in favor of spinning or knitting my plain sock lately. I think since this is the second time knitting it with the same yarn, I'm getting bored!!

Ann in CT

Glad you aren't going to die!

I though Hey Teach was a KAL?

Toni S

You know--I always assumed that canning injuries would most likely be from burns. I had better start training for canning season now.....:)


I love donegal yarn, for socks, yummy. Lovely socks. I'm glad to know you managed to land a doctor who knows where your organs are, LOL


Gorgeous as usual. Take care of those ribs.

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