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May 03, 2010


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Ooooh I watch with interest! As someone who can't knit a stitch but would love to be able to and also someone who has somewhat of an obsession with new socks I can TOTALLY understand why you would want to knit them :P


Handknit socks, I believe, are now the most beautiful they have ever been in the history of socks. There will be no stopping you now.
Wonderful post, bringing on the sock love.


When I was a kid I remember my Mum knit me some socks with a striped rainbow at the cuff... I wore them with pride (it was the 1970's!) Looking forward to seeing how your socks develop ;)


You could always use one needle for circular knitting (don't know what they're called)
You don't need a reason anyway do you. I mean if it's something you enjoy you just do it. I made a couple of fabric birds a few months ago and when I showed them to someone she said 'what are you going to do with them?' :-/ Maybe I've got this crafting lark all wrong I didn't realise I needed to do anything with them LOL
Good luck with the socks.
Anne xx


PS don't be at a loss as to what to say, next time just answer with 'Why not?' hehe
Anne xx

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