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Saturday, April 16, 2005

Good Intentions

I really wanted to get in some posts today with tons of pics but instead I will work. They called me because they had someone call in sick. My first response is... No. I have problems with my back and long days on my feet tend to be an issue. I said I would let them know. Anyway, long story short, I'm heading into work early:-(

As a teaser for my later posts I will leave you with some pictures of the progress I am making on socks for Joshua. He picked out the yarn and is very excited. He looked at where I was and said, "Mommy, my feet are bigger, keep going." So helpful.

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I actually have this sock done but I just don't have time to post that pic. Please check back later and I will have more. I will also post my Autism entry on going to the Dentist.

Question for all sock experts out there. Do you have to block socks and why and how? Leave a comment is you can answer or click on email in the right hand column. Thanks in advance. Have a great day!

3 Comments:

At Saturday, April 16, 2005 5:07:00 PM, Blogger Catherine Kerth said...

what kind of sock yarn is that, love the colors. i am bringing my 4 yr old (autistic)to the dentist on monday.... should be interesting;0 can't wait to hear how ya'lls visit went.

 
At Saturday, April 16, 2005 6:47:00 PM, Blogger renee said...

I'm also curious about what yarn that is - I love it!

I'm no sock expert, but I don't block my socks. I think the sock blockers are nice for drying them, though. I took a sock class today and the teacher said she just hangs them up to dry.

 
At Saturday, April 16, 2005 10:15:00 PM, Blogger LadyV said...

Hi, great job on the sock! The only time my socks "might" get put on the sock blockers is if they are 100% wool and after handwashing. I never block the socks made with superwash wool and nylon. I guess you could say they "block" themselves while I'm wearing them. I wish it were so with sweaters.

 

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