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I began knitting  a pair of socks with this yarn in 2015 and never finished them.  I was on the foot of the green sock with the pink stripes when I stopped.  This is the first pair I want to finish in 2019.  I purchased the yarn from SpinningFates on Etsy, one of my favorite places to buy sock yarn. She offered quite a few reversible yarn sets like this one and I still have some of her other yarns which I also plan on knitting into socks in the next year.



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I have several pairs of socks on the needles and I want to start knitting them again.  My plan is to re-start my blogs in January, after Christmas (and birthdays and wedding anniversary), when the house is relatively quiet and organized.  I also want to blog a little more consistently than I have been and I'm thinking about what weekly features I can add that will push me to do that. 
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The first sock made of scraps. 
Needles:  US 1½ - 2.5 mm
Yarn: Fingering/sock scrap yarns
Pattern:  Inspired by socks made by Blueberries

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I love these socks made with two different skeins of gradient stripped yarns.  This pair is what I hope will be the first of many!
Needles: US 1 - 2.25 mm dp needles
           Lang Yarns Jawoll Magic Dégradé Colorway 66
 


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