Monday, November 18, 2013


Couple of pairs of socks are finished.  First ones are a plain old 2x2 rib over 60sts.  The yarn is Patons Kroy in burnished sierra stripes, knit on 2.5mm needles, started November 6, finished the 12th, details here.


The second pair is another plain old 60sts vanilla sock, the yarn is also Patons Kroy in fern rose jacquard.  Knit on 2.5mm needles, started November 13, finished the 17th, details here.

And I'm copying this from Facebook, as I don't see a post on her blog yet.  Wanderingcat on Ravelry has a kitty who needs an operation and is trying to raise the money to cover the cost.  Here's the scoop and a sale in her Etsy shop.  Great reason to buy some gorgeous hand dyed yarn!!! And it will help poor l'il Tux out and his Momma, too.

Happy knitting!

Hello fellow knitters and cat lovers,
Tux and I just got back from the vet where we discovered that he's going to need some rather costly surgery in the near future. My poor snuggly baby has a growth on his front leg (possibly cancerous) that needs to be removed. 
The poor boy has to wear a cone for a few days until one of the lesions on the growth heals
To help raise funds for his procedure, I'm extending out customer appreciation sale - use the code LOVE15 at the checkout and save 15% off your order. 
Every skein sold will help, so please, if you are able to make a purchase, it's appreciated by both me, mom and our fav feline here at Wandering Cat Yarns.
Thank you!


Blogger Wanderingcatstudio said...

Love the orange sock - and thanks for the post! It's always scary seeing that giant number on the quote at the vets!

7:08 PM  

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