Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Close Your Eyes and Smile

 I did a bit of knitting, well several hours after the boys left for home.
What a great time I had with them!
But now one sock in the Hermione pattern is finished.
This sock turned out differently than the last pair I made in this pattern
 and it is because I must've goofed the first time.  
I am getting used to this one but I really liked the first one better!
I will have to write that one down and try it on the next pair of socks! lol
We spent a LOT of time here....look at those precious faces!
"Watch, Grandma!"  "I'm watching, boys!"

9 comments:

  1. Awwww....it's so hard when they go isn't it? I feel like I've missed a lifetime with my Grands. That one little visit made me so sad for days.
    That is a very pretty "almost" Hermoine. They used to be my go to pattern but I can't seem to keep the pattern straight anymore since sock knitting became my stress relief. It'll be plain vanilla for a while now I suppose by looking at the news.

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  2. The boys are growing up FAST! Glad you were able to have some good pool time with them.

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  3. Your pool looks so inviting!! The sock is pretty. What yarn?

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  4. How I miss seeing family . . . perhaps by late summer it will be safe.

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  5. What a wonderful day and such beautiful scenery!

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  6. I've never tried that pattern. I'm going to have to give it a whirl one of these days

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  7. Beautiful deep red color in that sock yarn. And it looks great in that pattern.

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  8. Love the sock and seeing the boys too. They look happy and I know you were. I can't wait to see my grandchildren again someday.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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