Comments: Is it SOX enough for you?

much like jello i always have room for socks

Posted by aubyn at October 19, 2005 08:10 AM

Awwww, those tiny little toddler socks are so cute! Lucky Benny, getting some frog-hunting socks . . .

Love the Matty socks, too, especially with Walter chewing on them (that kitten is too darned cute!).

Posted by chris at October 19, 2005 08:26 AM

Ooohhh! I won't tell Benny. Those are uber cuteness, although when I saw Walter, they paled in comparision. So many sox, so little time...
-R

Posted by Rachel at October 19, 2005 09:39 AM

Yeah socks!! Yeah Matty's feet! Yeah more Walter!!! 'k, I'm tired now, gonna take a nap and dream of socks.

Posted by Pamelalala at October 19, 2005 06:32 PM

I LOVE the wee toddler socks! The colors are great, I bet Benny will like them. I do have to admit, the "Walter devours the Lamb" shot is my favorite. That is one cute cat you got! I should have kept him in my purse when I had the chance.

Posted by Petra at October 19, 2005 11:28 PM

OOOOH..i'm impressed w/ the sox!! very very nice. :)

Posted by jen at October 20, 2005 01:00 AM

The nice thing about knitting baby socks is that you still have so many more yards of yarn that you can make a slightly larger size and keep them in socks for much longer than one skein will get you with larger socks. :) They look so happy and good though! :D

Posted by Miriam at October 20, 2005 02:05 PM

I do love the socks....and i love the kitty....and on principle, i love the Harry Potter nesting dolls....and yet i am disturbed. i realize that the size relationship of the dolls is based on importance rather that actually size. but seeing Hagrid so little in comparison to Harry & Ron is just too much for my feeble brain to adjust to. its just plain weird.
wow! what if you had to knit socks for Hagrid??!!!
luv - your cuzin

Posted by AnnMarie at October 21, 2005 10:13 PM

hi :) I found your blog when i was searching for info on how to make my own sock blockers. I've heard that the one's made from coat hangers can rust... and my husband is a great woodworker... so i thought i could just look it up and have him make me some. i'm finding info on making your own sock blockers hard to find though...

would you mind me asking how your experiments worked out? would you mind sharing your method?

Posted by Jen at October 27, 2006 04:12 AM
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