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I found the ten stitch blanket and Ravery. Yummy. So, I pulled out the four skeins of Noro I have and started and knitting. I then realized that this colorway is discontinued. I wanted to stick with this color, so after research I found two shops that sell the specific colorway and sadly for full price. Ironically, the shop emailed me a coupon for their store right after the purchase.


Here is the blanket (without the cat posing).



Here are the Hot Mama Socks. My aunt, Titi Estelle, wanted a pair of socks. Titi Vicky wanted conservative socks in earth tone colors which worked out very well. Estelle wants socks to reflect her personality. She is pink and red, so I found this skein of Colinette Jitterbug in Cherry colorway ( a few people at the shop voted on the color). I think she will enjoy them.

Irony of irony is that both of my aunts live in warm areas (Florida and Puerto Rico). Yet, they want the socks and I love them so socks are coming.
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At 8:36 PM elan said...

Wow, gorgeous colours & you end up with a giant swirly at the end that will keep you warm.

 
At 11:13 PM KnitXcorE said...

i love that blanket!!!!!

 
At 10:32 AM Yvette said...

Wow love the blanket!

 
At 10:35 AM Kim said...

Love the blanket! I just bought tons of Noro. Maybe I should knit a blanket with it.

 
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