I’m Coming Out

Who are we kidding? That happened a while ago. Reference

First, I have a few thank you’s to make. (Sounds like I am about to make an acceptance speech, doesn’t it?)

Thank you to Jane for giving me the I Love Your Blog Award. (Hmmm. Maybe it is an acceptance speech.ย  And yes, I am very slow on the uptick, here.) I am due to update my blogroll, so when that happens, I will give special notice.

Thank you to Adrienneย for giving me her French curves. (People! People!) She doesn’t want me freehanding my curves for the armholes on any future patterns I may draw up.

And thank you to all of you that have already sponsored me in Race for the Cure. If you mailed in your donation, it may take a while for it to get through the mail system and posted to my sponsorship page. If you still haven’t gotten a thank you (by email or in person) that confirms the number of tickets that you have in the raffle by the time of the raffle, email me to let me know that the check is quite literally in the mail. I don’t want anyone to miss out.

With all of the weaving that is going on, I am still getting some knitting in there:

Pride socks - Top view

Pride socks - Side view

Yes, the Pride socks are done. They are bright, aren’t they? The yarn is Dave Daniel’s superwash merino in the Kaleidoscope colorway. With all of those colors, they go with everything, don’t they? Just like me! (Stop the snickering.)

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5 thoughts on “I’m Coming Out

  1. You’re going to really like using those French curves. My set is tucked away so I know where they are at all times. (And, yes, I just checked, and they’re still there.)
    Those socks are incredible. I just took my two last skeins of merino nylon Kaleidoscope and have it on the warping board right now. It’ll be interesting to compare my finished project to your socks. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Love the socks! With the weather changing I’m starting to get the urge to make socks again. You always pick such great colors – you’ve got a good eye.

  3. I love your Pride socks, my Kaleidoscope socks are more yellow. I look forward to seeing you work with your French curves and congratulations on your blog award. I hope your scarf weaving is going well as the competition for your scarves heats up.

  4. Oh those socks are snazzy! And yes, I did do a double take at the title of this post. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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