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Mountain Topper Socks

Posted on June 3, 2009 at 7:34am 4 Comments

I knitted these with Essential Navy and Bare that I dyed.

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At 9:20am on April 1, 2011, Irene Soileau said…
Went to visit your site and photo, love to do so, your work is so beautiful, not working too much lately, Irene
At 3:35am on February 9, 2011, Angel said…
I love it that you're still Packers fans.  The out-of-state fans add something special to the mix.  When they introduced Driver yesterday at Lambeau, he came out so shyly.  But then the fans started cheering and he ended up with his big grin and jumping up and down.  It was neat.  He was feeling the love.
At 1:43pm on February 8, 2011, Angel said…
The Packers have helped to warm up our winter.  I just watched a clip of Rodgers on Letterman.  So neat.  They're having a celebration at Lambeau in about l5 minutes, and it's only 7 degrees with a brisk wind.  I hope they show it on tv because it's too cold to be outside very long.
At 1:40pm on February 4, 2011, Irene Soileau said…
Hope you can stay warm, 4 inches of snow, and staying in and knitting and trying to stay warm. guess you got about the same amount, DGD in McKinney are are almost snowed in, says she does not mind not having to go teach in this snow and ice, take care. Irene
At 8:50am on January 22, 2011, Irene Soileau said…
Which one of the girls is you, darling, I have a couple of pictures of me at 10,  time sure goes by fast , looking back on life and the ups and down, it went way , way to fast, but thank the Lord for every day, still love all your work and love to come visiting. Hugs Irene
At 10:02am on October 15, 2010, Irene Soileau said…
Oh Janie, how wonderful it would be to go to the fair and meet you, and see all the works of others, due to tail bone and hip problems I no longer go very far at all, have not gone to Waco for a while now, use to go to Sam's now just to tireing. I hope it is a huge sucess and you have a lot of fun. Hugs Irene Love the recent items you posted
At 8:21am on September 6, 2010, Irene Soileau said…
So do I love to knit socks top down, sure do love all the new items, and your new photo, nice, do you go out much in this heat, thanks we did get a little cool off in the mornings, Irene
At 3:48pm on August 26, 2010, Irene Soileau said…
Love your mittens with the bows, lovely, love your new picture also, very neat, good that we are still knitting and enjoying it. Irene
At 8:12pm on August 12, 2010, Evelyn M. Dugger said…
Oh sorry. I had just read someone else's note. Now see how fortunate you are not to have MS! I have neuropathy in hands and feet ,but am still able to knit if I don't use acrylic yarn. That hurts more than I'm willing to stand. Happy knitting, E.
At 6:22pm on August 12, 2010, Evelyn M. Dugger said…
Hi, Janie, and thanks for adding me as a friend. We Texans have to stick together. Sorry about your MS. Thank goodness for walkers and scooters for us gals who have trouble getting around. I don''t have a scooter yet, but the day is coming. I have three sock blanks and have only used one. The yarn comes off so kinky that it is hard to work with. Next time will do the Peggy Stewart trick of whacking it after putting it in some hanks. I have Acid Jaquard dyes which I plan to use for the next dyeing session. True, that saying: so much yarn , so little time. We all just do what we can, right? I do love the KP bare to dye. Don't have any right now though. Happy knitting. E.
 
 
 

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