That’s where I’m leading you.
Here’s the latest sock:
I’m calling the design “Garden Path Socks.” Hence the blog post title. I think it sorta looks like a garden path . . .
Oh, Smooshy Sock yarn, how I love thee! Just knitting with this stuff makes me so . . . freaking . . . happy . . .
Actually, I should shut up about this. The more people who know of the glory that is Smooshy Sock, the more people who will be buying it. And that leaves less for me. Hmmmmmm . . .
Forget what I said up there. This sock yarn blows.
WendyKnits Sock Patterns
Well, they are almost sold out again at The Loopy Ewe. But fear not — I’m sending Sheri another huge pattern order at the end of the week!
And lemme just say again — a huge thank you to all of you who are buying them. I’m so pleased you like them. I promise to keep cranking them out as long as you keep buying them.
I’m in an in-between situation here — my operation is still too small to have them printed professionally (I’ve priced it and it’s really not feasible right now — don’t wanna fork out thousands of bucks up front). Color copying at some place like Kinko$ is ridiculously expensive. I outlined my reasons for not wanting to go the pdf route last week. So I’m printing them on a good color printer, collating, and putting them in page protectors. It’s a time-consuming process, but I’m doing as many copies as I can. For this week’s sneak-up I sent Sheri 340 patterns. On Friday I will be shipping her 450 patterns, so those will be available soon (and that includes the pattern for Tangled Vines).
And I can’t say it enough: a huge thank you to you all who have bought my patterns and are eager to buy my patterns.
A comment reminded me of another of Lucy’s favorite toys:
Those are regular plastic drinking straws that her daddy has bent into triangles for her. She loves them.
“So what? Everyone likes bendy straws!”