Scrap Sock Blanket Additions


The blogging community is a wonderful place, don't you think so?  I love meeting all of you through comments, blog hopping and visiting, through exchanges of personal emails,  I love how supportive all of you are when someone is being challenged in health or life or maybe in knitting. All wonderful!  
Stephanie over at woolythyme blog sent me a lovely package of sock yarn scraps to make sure I keep knitting this blanket. Or wait, maybe I'm to finish this blanket....I'm sure Steph will pick which one it is in the comments when she sees this. Anyways, yarn mail is the bestest mail in the whole wide world.

So thank you Stephanie, with each stitch I'll be thinking of you :)  


Comments

  1. The blogging community is indeed a lovely one. Just LOVE your blanket, Karen! What a wonderful parcel to receive ��

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  2. oh how fun! that blanket is going to be so lovely!

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  3. What a great piece! I can't wait to see it completed. It's been quite a journey!

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  4. I just love this blanket. Adding bits from friends will make it even more special.

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  5. It's looking wonderful, I don't think I'd ever have the patience to make something like that out of sock yarn

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  6. as you look at that....you may be asking....where is all the grey!!!? (hee hee....couldn't bear to part with it!!!); actually, I only sent a little because I thought you were 'almost' done and just needed that last little push to the finish line. Going to knit on to king size bed size? PLEASE let me know so another package can be sent!!!

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  7. Yes, you know I agree with you about this blogging world, it's the best! :)

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  8. How thoughtful, a wonderful gesture. I love the blanket, a real delight.

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  9. I'm loving this blanket-and those scraps will just make it more precious.

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  10. The blanket looks lovely Karen! I digged into my sock yarn left overs and still have some left if you want ... :-)

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  11. Your blanket is just wonderful and now it's even more special with Stephanie's gift!

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  12. The blanket looks amazing, and yes, this community is also amazing :)

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  13. Knitting bloggers are great, I agree! (So are the quilting and stitching ones, too.) Love your blanket and that pattern is on my list which just keeps getting longer by the day. Have to knit faster, I guess.

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  14. I can't even begin to tell you just how much I adore this scrap blanket! If I could have a do over, I would make one just like yours.

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  15. Your scrap blanket looks so pretty and cozy. What a lot of memories it will hold for you!

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  16. Your blanket is growing...and what a thoughtful blogging friend to send you her scraps to add to it. You are a blessing, Karen. xo

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  17. Scarp yarn in the mail!!! Oh you are sooooo lucky. I love your Frodo blanket !!!

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  18. How wonderful of her to share. I was thinking that you knit enough socks you could on and on with this project!

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  19. Yarn mail IS the best!! How sweet of Steph! Karen, that blanket is just gorgeous. I may have to fight Frodo for it. hehee. blessings ~ tanna

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  20. Oooo… so bright and cheerful! Love the fact that you'll be able to think of friendship as you reflect on each section.

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  21. The blog community is wonderful... and so is your blanket!!

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  22. Lovely of her to send you some blanket yarn!!!

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  23. I have so enjoyed being a member of the blogging community. What a great yarn gift. Your blanket is beautiful.

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  24. Oh my goodness what a great idea! Knitting socks is my favorite thing and I do have so many sock yarn scraps that I was not sure how to use. I think a blanket is the perfect idea. I love reading your blog!

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  25. Oh, so beautiful! You have me thinking about a scrap blanket, but I am not sure much of my yarn is of the same weight...sounds like a good excuse to start some new projects and keep the leftover yarn!

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  26. PS, Stephanie is so sweet and kind:) So happy I met the both of you:)

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