Friday, April 6, 2012

Kicked back...

Shhhhhhhhh...


It's Friday.  The Knotted Slippers are finished.  I am at work and very diligently getting stuff done.  You DO NOT notice the Ravelry screen on my computer.

Yarn used:  Three Irish Girls fingering weight.  Since the ball band has disappeared, all I can tell you is that it is a very pretty green.  Glad I could be so helpful.


TGIF, FOF and all that jazz!
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27 comments:

  1. Oooo! They turned out great! When you are done with the pattern, might I borrow it for a wee little bit? :)

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    1. that could very likely be arranged :)

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  2. Awesome slippers...and they fit you perfectly!
    So glad to see you hard at work, too. I think I may emulate this 'can do' spirit of yours for a while this afternoon! :)

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    1. LOL...wellll, actually, I made the wrong size (by pattern descriptions) which turned out to fit me perfectly, didn't notice that I had done that until too far into the first one and decided to just risk it.

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  3. All that 8 needle craziness paid off. Love them. They look super comfy. Well done.

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    1. thanks! I will admit that yesterday I watched a few Magic Loop videos, so who knows maybe I'll try it sometime.

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    1. They are! The bottom and sides are knit with a double strand of yarn so the sole is yummily squishy.

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  5. I have seen those slippers knitted up a few times but that green just really inspires me to knit a pair. They look super wonderful.

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    1. have had the green for a while now. Don't know why I keep buying sock yarn, as much as I dislike making them, except now I suppose I could use it for my Beekeeper's Quilt.

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  6. Those are adorable, love them and I adore the color too. I started my project last evening, and finished it this morning. A outfit for one of my daughter's dolls. We had fun with it and had a photo shoot, her guinea pig was included for cuteness.

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    1. Dontcha just love quick projects. Helps you get the mojo goin!

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  7. Very clever blog! Your green slippers are beautiful and they look like they fit you well.

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    1. Thanks! They are squishily comfy and yummy!

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  8. Oh, those are awesome---a perfect harmony of yarn and project, and A+ makin' by you. I wish I were wearing a pair right now. (Not only because they look amazing, but because my feet are cold. Come on, spring...)

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    1. These will keep your toes the right amount of toasty!

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  9. Those are great! Like turbans on your toes!

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    1. "Toe Turbans"...toe-tally should have been the title of this post!!!

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  10. THOSE ARE SO COOL!!!
    (also, I totally just bought green shoes with that same detail!)

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  11. I am loving those slippers! Such a cool pattern and the color is amazing. Not to mention the fact that they seem to boost up your work productivity ;)

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    1. they absolutely were a requirement for my "work" day on Friday.

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  12. Very cute! I'm not a slipper wearer, but they are adorable.

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