Thursday, June 13, 2019

One and Three Quarters!

I stitched up the seam of the first sock
 and cast on the second right away
and made it this far when I had to quit!
It's so frustrating when you have to 
stop
because you
have 
another 
doctor
appointment!!!!

8 comments:

  1. Sorry for more Dr visits, but hopefully they are getting everyone back to health?

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  2. Too bad you can't take the machine with you. You could knit while you wait.

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  3. I sure hope the doctor visit went well. Your hubby has been in my prayers daily.
    Those socks are amazing. I never would have thought you could knit them on a machine. You could sure make a LOT of them that way!
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  4. Pretty,, pretty and so fast!

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  5. Patons Kroy is one of my favorite yarns for knitting socks. Love the stripes on this pair. Are you knitting the toes on regular needles?

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  6. Man - I thought I was knitting socks fast... Lol.

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  7. Wow....so fast. I love those blue stripes. I haven't seen that Kroy before. It seems that our Micheal's has only been carrying the same old colors for years.

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  8. I am 48, have 3 children, 2 boys age 25 and 22 and a daughter of 11. My husband left me last year after 25 years of marriage (he turned 50). It has been the most difficult year of my life, but full of lessons about myself and what life and marriage are all about. I am passionate about marriage and i didn't give up on my husband. Am Arice Stringer by name and resides in USA, I entered online in search of advice on how i can amend my marriage while i was at work. I saw so many positive reviews and nice feed back about how a Doctor called Robinson.buckler@ yahoo. com has been wonderful with his work. I gave a shot to make contact with him via his Email and he assured me that my marriage will be peaceful and i believed in his words. 16 hours after he finished work, my husband came back home pleading and now, we are living peacefully again. Get in contact with him if you need any help.

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