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It’s Louise here with this weeks blog update. I have had a bit of low motivation this week but have been really enjoying knitting these socks for my Sister’s Birthday present. So pleased to get them finished (nearly on time) I bought a skein of Legless Flamingo from Stranded Dyeworks a few months ago. I thought the colour would contrast really well with Opal Uni in black to make a fab pair of flamingo socks.
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My eldest son is sitting his SATs exams this week but he seems to be coping well and even said Monday was more fun because they were allowed extra playtime after the exam. We have had a mixed bag of behaviour from Oliver in the past week. I have been speaking to his teacher this morning to see how he is getting on in school but he seems very anxious at the moment.
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I have a long train journey soon, so I want a super easy travel knitting project. I thought I would cast on this pattern called Just knit it by Susan Ashcroft which should be perfect for travelling project.
Thought I would cast on to make sure I was happy with the pattern and yarn combination.
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