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Friday, June 03, 2011

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angie

Those are beautiful socks! I haven't knitted socks in forever and I usually take them to the beach.I might have to start a little earlier this year.

Cheryl S.

Lovely socks! I love the look of a short row heel. Too bad my feet don't like them.

Manise

Wow! You knit like the wind! They're beautiful. Gorgeous green color.

margene

The green of summer is popping out all over the place! Finally. Your socks are beautiful and your lettuce looks good enough to eat!! Well done on both fronts.

MicheleinMaine

Lovely socks, Kim! I have that pattern but haven't tried it yet. Must finish my Tessarae's first (one down).

I'm with you on the weather - give me cool, sunny 60's (or even 70's but that's it) any day!!

Your garden looks lovely.

Carole

The socks are awesome and I hope you don't need to wear them for quite some time! Bring on the warm, dry days!

Laurie

Greens! Love that. I can't do a SOCK in a month. Your needles were blazing.

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