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October 17, 2006

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pippi

very nice!
sorry bout your broken rib tho, yeouch!!

& i will be staying tuned for a buttons for sock yarn swap! yes!

Kelly

Ouch, hope you are healing fast! No horseback riding for you! Do you happen make needles with little glass skulls on them? Might be just the ticket for knitting fuzzy feet over Thanksgiving vacation. I'd be interested in buying a pair.

Charity

I love the Broken Rib socks! As you've seen on my blog, I use the leftovers for baby/small child socks. :0) Although I do like the little amulet bag from MagKnits, too.

Thanks for your comment on my blog - I love knitting child socks, they go so very fast!

I love the beading you've done, very nice work!

ZhiWen

Did you dye the yarn yourself? The colours are beautiful! You've chosen the pattern well for this sock, it looks great :)

keohinani

a usage for leftover sock yarn? really? go on!

what's your idea? inspire me. :)

great socks, btw. how's the broken rib coming?

Sheri

Ideas for leftover sock yarn! So far I'm like Charity and usually use mine for kids socks. Other ideas would be nice!

Brenda

Gorgeous socks, and love your beadwork!

Vintage Jewelry

beadwork is awesome, i will really appreciate your creativity here, a lot of thought has been put into. nice blog, i will surely visit again here :-)

Chanel Handbags

I won't accept such sort of family though it is quite comfortable. I prefer the family with mom which is not rich but ample in my heart

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