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« on: August 14, 2013 05:01:49 PM »

I got a spinning wheel last weekend, and I've been obsessively spinning ever since. I'm feeling a little Rumplestiltskin-y over here. Anyhoo, I wanted to make something I could use out of my first yarn I made. If you spin, you know first yarns are... well... interesting and art yarns  Wink. They're cool for looking at, but not cool for making something you can wear (aside from a scarf or something along those lines). I decided their lumpiness would work well with socks, so that's what I went with.
Now, I've tried to crochet socks so very many times now; I've never had any success until these. So this project is twice as awesome for me- the first time I've successfully crocheted socks, and I used the yarn I made! I'm so excited!






I typed out a pattern, then closed the browser (because I'm cool like that). So if anyone wants the pattern, no prob- let me know and I'll add it. If not, ain't nobody got time for typing out patterns!  Cheesy
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« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2013 04:23:24 PM »

These look super cozy!  And I adore the colors. Grin
And YAY first spuns!

I know many peeps who would adore a pattern if you have one to share. Cool
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LOVE the colors!!!

I'd also love a copy of your pattern if you're sharing.

Thanks.
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