Never say Never

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These colors are way out of my comfort zone.  (Who has an Olympic flag of orange purple and gray? )  This is also a cotton blend.  Sugarbush yarns.  She who said she would not knit a cotton sock is going to be knitting a cotton sock!  I’m all sock knitting right now.  I just fell in love with the sugarbush collection.

I”ve got to go help clear 7 inches of fresh snow.

3 things I’m grateful for today:

*sounds like the snowblower started up very easily for Fireman just now

*the laundry is done.  well, you know how that is. There will be more later, but for this moment, done

*The Olympics have begun.  I find the stories inspirational.

Grateful for anything today?

 

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Author: compassionknit

I've moved from irisheyesknitters.blogspot.com to compassionknit.wordpress.com on Nov. 7 2016. It is still me! glad you found me

17 thoughts on “Never say Never”

  1. Grateful for the glorious sunshine we have outside today. Grateful that I have a nice warm house to be snuggled in.
    I’m grateful for wonderful husband who wants me to meet him for lunch today. Even if it is for the unromantic reason of getting our taxes signed at the accountants office. 🙂
    Happy Friday my friend!
    Blessings, Betsy

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  2. The colors of your sock yarn is quite pretty, even if it doesn’t have a direct correlation to a flag. (You could make up your own country. I bet a lot of people would believe you.)

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  3. I look forward to seeing how that yarn knits up. I received 2 skeins of yarn today in the mail, true royal blue and off-white to use with my blood red alpaca silk blend. I have in mind a new patriotic hat in red, white and blue.. stay tuned. I’m grateful to be alive and just handed over an editing job that had been stressing me out for literally months. ((hugs)), Teresa 🙂

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  4. I really like the yarn even if the color combination is a bit unusual! I will be interested to see the socks! I make cotton socks quite often-they need a good 2×2 rib up the whole leg to keep from stretching but they will feel great knitting them and wearing them!

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