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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

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Marie in Vermont

What an absolutely gorgeous garden.....

anne

oh wow!! your garden looks beautiful kim! really great. and my eye was immediately snagged by your hypoteneuse . . sigh. it is still my favorite i think.

and then the soap. wow. i have got to order some next time i get yarn.

Nicole

That's a lovely sock! And it does look like Neopolitan ice cream (I don't remember the candies you mentioned), and very yummy. It fits the lace pattern quite nicely.

(I popped over here from Melanie's site, BTW.)

Renee

Your sock looks lovely! Great job!!

KathyR

Your sock is so pretty! I like the ribbing on the foot rather than the lace. Your garden is looking really good too.

Ruinwen

Wow your garden looks amazing! The socks are so pretty. I just love that color! :)

Laurie

Your garden looks like the result of LOTS of hard work.

Nice pattern modifications.

Liz

Your garden looks fabulous, Kim!

Carole

Lovely sock and even lovelier garden.

Sue

The socks are lovely! And your garden is picturesque. Seriously. I would not be able to stop staring at it if I were there.

margene

I love that colorway in the knitting even more than in the yarn! Relaxing weekends are the best after a hectic week.

Beth

Oh, your garden looks so nice! And your sock is lovely. Sorry you've had a crazy week.

Beth S.

Your pink socks are lovely! That's my favorite kind of variegated yarn--subtle, shadowy, just enough shift in color to add a tiny bit of extra interest.

Kathy

Your garden looks fantastic!

Wool Winder

Nice changes to the sock. It looks great, as does your garden. Our garden is done. We've had too much rain and all the plants have suffered from it.

Chris

I relaxed just reading about your knitting and gardening! Today, my veggies and cantalopes are quite happy drinking in some lovely rain. I fed the first sprig of broccoli to a couple bunnies last night.

Marcia Cooke

Your socks are gorgeous and your garden looks lovely, but the thought of all that weeding has me exhausted! I became a follower of Ruth Stout and her no-work garden methods years ago. I cover everything with thick pads of salt hay and watch it all grow from the porch! Cuts down on watering, too!

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