More squooshy goodness, I didn't show you the finished purple sheep batts, they have a completely different texture to the processed tops obviously. As the sun came out today, (probably because the weather man had predicted a week of rain) I made the most of the photo opportunity and grabbed a quick snap of my completed Jaywalkers too, I worked the larger size, and they are a perfect fit.
Batts AND Jaywalkers. I just wanted to reach in and hug those batts, then I wanted to wrestle the socks off your feet and put them on mine.
OH YAY!!!!! Pretty new button.
You even 'centered' it! I always knew you were a clever woman. you are, you are.
Ooh...LOVE the jaywalkers. I still need to try making those. And the purple batts--too pretty. I'm just smartass enough to ask where in the world you found the purple sheep....?
U there at the back of class, Miss Knitingale....you obviously missed the lesson where I dyed the sheep purple then, stay behind for detention after class!
So what are jaywalkers? Not a term I'm familiar with... they look like wonderful socks... is that close?
I love those purples too... yum.
Aha, well you guessed right Caroline Jaywalker's are the socks, they're quite a famous design in 'Knit' blog land you can find the pattern here
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