Episode 24: Same old, same old



Hitchhiker by Martina Bhem in Play at Life Fiber Arts Jumping Joy Socks

Tidepool Spiral Shawl by Wendy D Johnson in The Unique Sheep Eos Join me in my KAL

Muir By Rosemary Hill in Bendigo Woollen Mills Luxury 4ply

Practically Magical Socks By Melissa Dutsch Scott of Stranded in Oz

Join my in my Charity KAL for your chance to win some prizes


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Enid Mary Shaw
    Mar 06, 2012 @ 12:50:25

    Hi Helena, very enjoyable, as usual.
    The Hitchhiker and Muir are looking great, like the colours of both.
    Catching up on videos, and saw the yarn bought recently, it looked fabulous in the Plurk pic, but shown individually was marvellous. Also, the photos Connell took of the yarn stock made me drool!!!!!
    take care,


  2. suezeeknits
    Mar 13, 2012 @ 02:37:54

    I can’t knit without looking, I don’t trust myself lol
    I watched this the other day and thought I had commented but I don’t see it here 😦
    I made a wire sock blocker once and they work great. It was hard to do but pliers help. I was like most people thinking why in the heck would you want to block a sock but once I did it I loved the look better. They just seem to wash and dry better, the ones I block first. At least that’s what I find. I have the Loopy Ewe sock blockers now. The wire one I made I still sometimes use because I left the hook and I can hang it from the shower curtain rod. 😀


    • willowfairyknits
      Mar 13, 2012 @ 15:37:09

      Thanks for the info about pliers, i think i will try to get my husband to help me out with them. he likes building things. i like the idea of havign the hooks on them too.


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