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May 04, 2012

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Jennie

It's gorgeous! When do we get to know what it is?

Anne Bond

Oh, I'm drooling over those colors. Sure hope we find out what the yarn is soon!

Donna

That is exactly what I have been looking for! My grands love hand knot socks but generally I've hesitated to use hand dyed yarns. In addition to the 3 young 'uns my daughter goes to school & is taking science lab classes. So she really first have the time to hand wash their socks. BTW, I can attest to the fact that Alchemy Juniper holds up very well to machine washing & drying. I knit socks from the gorgeous Summertime Blues sock club yarn of a couple years ago to knit socks for one of my grands for his BD & they've received heavy use (including sliding across wood floors) & look almost new.

Joyce

Now you have me wanting to cast-on the Wingspan. I've seen it a couple times, that may mean I'm destined to make it. Now to dive into my stash of sock yarn ;)

Monica Jines

what lovely vibrant colors

Tammy M

I can't wait to find out what that sock yarn is. My grandbabies LOVE handknit socks but their mom lives such a hectic life she doesn't have time for handwashing, so everything ends up being machine washed and dried. It's hard to find a good yarn that can stand up to that treatment long-term.

**Donna, thanks for letting us know about Alchemy Juniper yarn, I haven't tried that yet but will put it on my list :)

Bobbi

Love the vibrant colors! When will you give up the secret about what the yarn is???

bonny

I'm joining everyone else to ask,"What is that wonderful yarn and when can I buy some from Simply Socks?!" It sounds perfect and those colors are almost all of my favorites together.

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