Another pair of the Brethren a pattern by Millard Fontenot , one of our own.
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Those socks are fun!
Great socks, Andy. The cabling does interesting things with the
I saw some socks like that when I was sampling some of the little brown
mushrooms growing in Seattle Arboretum. They were actually black socks, but
after the 40 mile long Aardvark came and had his way with them, they got
really pretty. Then I rolled up like a wood louse and the next thing I knew,
I was in a red, womb-like apartment in Queens, NY, talking about Carlos
Castaneda with the Mr. Coffee.
Love the socks Andy! Wondering...how do you get pics in the message
without uploading as an attachment? I can't seem to figure it out:)
I actually used the embed HTML, to get a small picture I use thumbnail
version , then the others are by size. I do have a Flickr account.
The way I do it is to load the pics into a service like Picasa or Flickr,
and then use the imbedding link provided on that site.
LOL as a song I love says, "I love what you do to me, so keep on doing
what you do!" :-)
I am smiling! Love your sense of color! It's so much FUN! Could so see
myself in these!
I love this yarn more than I want to admit. I am not afraid of color as
you can tell, lol
I love wearing gaudy socks (I almost wrote that "gaydy"...so be it :) ).
It's my little bit of rebellion against the "men wear black and brown and
navy blue" attitude here. What's the exact name of that yarn?
The name of the yarn is "Eye of Jupiter"
Interesting, on the site given below it looks like pretty smooth changes
between solid colors. Did you double up the yarn?
Each round is from a different end of the skein. The yarn works for many
projects, but you have to be creative in others.
Ah, hence the striping too. Great fun!
I should have guessed!
...of course it's sold out...but it's from their "Battlestar Gallactica"
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