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Old 09-29-2007, 03:51 PM   #1
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FO: Cascade Fixation Ankle Sock #1
Today I finished the first sock of my pair of Cascade Fixation ankle socks. It fits perfectly. I will cast on the second sock on my way to my LYS this afternoon. We're going to buy yarn for sister to crochet a scarf and look at needles for my Wicked sweater.
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Old 09-29-2007, 04:16 PM   #2
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Love that color! It looks great!
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Those are great! I am interested in working with this yarn and was wondering how it is? I have a very picky DD and want to make her some socks from it.
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Very pretty!!
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Looks like a bright, cozy sock! Very nice!
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Very cute!! I love the colors
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Wow, what gorgeous color. I love that sock, it makes me want to learn to knit some!
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Great job!

I like using fixation for baby booties as they stay on so well

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Those are great! I am interested in working with this yarn and was wondering how it is? I have a very picky DD and want to make her some socks from it.
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It is kind of interesting to use because it stretches because of the elastic but you get used to it.
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