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... although I do have thoughts of finishing the purple baby sweater for my friend and making a bright pink fluffy scarf for Dave's cousin, but we'll see

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I am a true New Englander living in Florida with my husband for the year where I am finishing up my last year of graduate school. I was recently married to my amazing husband in June and am loving every moment of creating our home together, along with our kitties Lily and Socrates. Life gets busy, so I am continually striving to balance work and play time, and enjoy all the moments along the way!

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Wednesday, November 30, 2005


If you are one of my brothers... DON'T READ THIS POST! I doubt that will be a problem because I don't think they care enough about my knitting habit to read my blog unless I tell them to :)

So I got the pattern for the Fiber Trends Felted Clogs in the mail yesterday. I'm making two pairs -- Christmas presents for each bro. I must admit that the pattern seemed so daunting at first, that I almost decided to do a different project instead. But once I got going I realized that it's really easy. As long as you keep track of your stitches. Counting every single stitch can be a drag, but oh well. So I started the sole last night and continued on the toe and instep today. And it is turning out to be one GIGANTIC slipper! I am so tempted to give them the slippers without felting them, just to see their reactions! Every now and again I pause to take a look at my progress and I actually laugh out loud imagining a foot that big. Anyhoo... I have spent way too much time on knitting today... back to the books.

Comments on "now that's ONE HUMUNGOUS FOOT!"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:43 PM) : 

Hi Meg! Love your blog, but I have just one request. You're a member of the New England Knits webring, but I can't find the button on your blog, which means I can't surf past your blog in the ring. Could you post it?
Thanks, and happy knitting!


Blogger Nyxxie said ... (11:06 AM) : 

Hey there I just saw your comment on my blog and I thought I would let you know that yes mine were huge too! Good luck with them what yarn are you using? They are really faster and eaiser than it looks!


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