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hi, julie - i love your blog - glad to read about this new beginning on the STR club KAL site.

you left a comment on my own blog about some socks i just finished, and here are the det's: yes, it is STR cobalt bloom, and yes, it is fantastic. i did them toe-up, two-at-once, on two-circs, and used the "yarn over cable pattern" from the fab book "sensational knitted socks." thanks for asking.

new str club package should be coming soon - i can hardly wait!


when i was a teenager i was so concerned about acting normal that it took years for me to realize that the most fun i had was when i wasn't acting normal.

oh well


Ooh, my sock! I see it!

Nuts to teachers giving you looks on the playground. They are jealous because you are a hot mama knittist and your students would gladly thrown themselves into a pit of razor-sharp Post-Its for you.

So there.


Just wanted to comment and say that I love your site!!! Your pictures are lovely. Good luck with the Green Gable. I am almost done with mine and can't wait to wear it!!!


What *is* that orange sock??? I MUST have it. ;0) Love your blog and the playground story.


HA!!! hahahahahahahah!! ha! "god did it!" hahahha!! my stomach hurts!

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