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Monthly Archive for June, 2008

Practice Makes Perfect

Work, both day job and knitting, has kept me really busy.  But, I found time to finish my dad’s socks.  Of course, they would have been off the needles a long time ago if it weren’t for the knitting gods having a good laugh at my expense gauge problems and miscalculation of his foot size. I […]

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Gerber Daisies

My wedding bouquet was mostly Gerber daisies.  It is my favorite springtime flower.

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This past week I, like so many others in my area, was without power for several days.  Fortunately, the only thing to lose in the refridgerator was 1/4 gallon of milk, some mustard, one jar of capers, and four bottles of BBQ sauce. For the life of me, I don’t know why we needed honey, chipotle, smokey, […]

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Never Ending Sock Knitting

One sock finished, one to go. And it is going and going and going . . . I am at the gusset.  The part of the sock that always seems to take the longest to knit.  Cuff down, toe up, it doesn’t matter. The toe is small and with four stitches every other round, 20 becomes […]

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