Friday, 16 March 2012

FO Friday / Creative Friday - Simply Cabled Too

Friday again, my are the weeks just flying by.
I have finished my Simply Cabled Too Sox for Kay and for those of you who are interested the pattern, it is available for purchase from my Craftsy and Etsy Shop.






On a different note, our community has started to clear a space in the woods on the other side of our valley for the new hanging bridge project that is about to happen. This was done with a helicopter! How interesting.....Will keep you updated on the progress, not that I would ever walk across it, but I can take photos from afar :-D

It is also a gorgeously warm morning thus far. My kitty decided she would suck up as much of the sunshine as she could:
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Have a great Weekend!

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20 comments:

  1. those cabled socks are awesome, the colours are great!!!

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    1. Hi vicki,

      Thanks.

      Have a great weekend

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  2. Cool socks! And I love that kitty picture. My dog is currently crashed out in a patch of sunlight.

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    1. Hi Andria,

      Isn't the sun wonderful, was just having a cup of coffee on my balcony and I seriously started to boil!

      Have a fab rest of the week

      x

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  3. You're the next I add to my list of people I admire because they are able to knit socks:) And yours also have cables. Chapeau!
    http://elisabethandree.posterous.com

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    1. Hi Elisabeth,

      Thank you, you are so very kind.

      Have a super weekend.

      x

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  4. Nice cabled socks and very cheery colours. They built our CN tower in Toronto in a similar fashion - it was very interesting to watch the structure take shape.

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    1. Oh wow, it is absolutely fascinating.

      I have seen the CN Tower, was in Toronto many moons ago, didn't go into the building though. I often find myself amazed at the feats mankind are capable of!

      Have a great weekend

      x

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  5. Gorgeous socks, gorgeous colors!!

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    1. Hi there,

      Thank you very much.

      Have a wonderful weekend.

      x

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  6. Now I know I have to become better at knitting so I can make these! I love that yarn, too. Where is it from?

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    1. Hi there,

      The yarn I used is Lang Jawoll Sock wool - I think it was Superwash Colour Aktion. Not sure about the dye lot though will try and find out and let you know. :-D Bought it from my local wool lady :-D

      Thanks for popping round.

      x

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    1. Hi Erin,

      Thank you very much

      Have a super Weekend.

      x

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    1. Hi Sam,

      Thanks so much.

      Have a great weekend.

      x

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  9. Those socks are fantastic, the stripes are wonderfully candy-coloured. :D

    And awww, I love the kitty-bask-rolling in the sun photo, so sweet. Also, how cool to watch a helicopter move bridge bits around like that. Thanks for sharing the photos!

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    1. Hi Kathleen,

      Thank you, yes it really was, I will keep updating with the progress, it should be interesting, the bridge should bring us from one side of the valley to the other. The route to get from point A to point B takes us about 20 minutes with the bus so it will be fun to see how much faster we get there :-D

      Have a fantastic weekend

      x

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    1. Hi Kim,

      Thank you very much :-D

      Have a super weekend.

      Thanks for popping round

      x

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