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Monday, April 30, 2007

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Cheryl

If you plant mint, make sure you put in in a container. My neighbor planed mint two years ago in a little herb garden in the tiny lawn patch at the end of our driveway and it has taken over the whole place. Which is okay for us, because nothing else will grow in that sandy place, but maybe would be bad for you if you like other tihngs. Like grass.

anne

oooh, the sock is great! bzz-bzz

Wool Winder

Herbs are easy to grow and smell so nice. You'll have fun finding out which ones are your favorite.

Such a nice pattern for socks. I may have to try it. Your homespun looks great!

Anne

Maybe with the yellows in that lovely sock it should be the Fool's Gold Sock Pattern? :) Glad you found your sock-knitting mojo again. Looks great!

Laurie

The sock is beautful! Herbs are so rewarding. Lots of production for little effort. Rabbits like parsley though.

Manise

Very cool sock! The pattern suits it well. I like the striping. Love the raised beds on the right, though I'd probably make them a wee bit deeper.

Marisol

Very nice BYT sock! You did a fabulous job!

Good luck with the gardening:)

Kathy

The sock looks terrific! I really love those stone beds in the picture on the right.

Beth

The sock is soooo much more appealing now than it was as a pile of kinky yarn. :)

Teyani

Your sock came out wonderfully! And the pattern works so well with the colors - great!
I'm also back into gardening this year (after a year off) The past two weekends have been spent digging, pulling weeds, and finally planting some seeds. Let's hope we have a great summer.

margene

You worked that up quickly! It looks fabulous and I love the way the colors worked out!

Ruinwen

Those socks came out great! I love all the touches Cassie added to the pattern...it really sets off the yarn you spun so beautifully! :)

I hope you get the garden of your dreams. The county killed my herb garden because don't understand that certain herbs such as dill and valerian get very tall. They said they were weeds and chopped them down when we were gone. *sigh* I still miss them.

Carole

The sock is awesome!

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