Saturday, April 27, 2013

everyone knows....

quilters don't darn socks; it's written in the creed we all live by and in which we believe, except when it's patchwork socks!  don't tell anybody but i had to darn this pair recently because i HAVE to have my patchwork socks.  they were perfectly fine save for a tiny hole so i bit the bullet and now hope my quilting compadres will forgive me for breaking the code.  i am hoping you would do the same in this situation.  *** another sunny spring day here in maine.  finally able to go outside with no jacket.  naturally we ended up at the beach yesterday for a taste of things to come.  even at the oceanside, it was warm enough to walk a bit and sit on a bench and soak up some rays.  **** quilty efforts were focused on maine quilts project and the autumn change.  determined to get this thing bound before workshop next week...i hope! 

4 comments:

  1. Wow, those are quite the socks, Grace! : )

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  2. You weren't breaking code because you were patching patchwork. Nothing to forgive. Now if they were argyle socks, different story...

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  3. Knitters darn the socks they make. When they wear out they stand over the garbage and shout "Oh darn!" as they throw them away.

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  4. Hot socks! Those are great and well worth the save!

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