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October 31, 2005


I am running out of yarn on Dad's sock.

I know I am running out of yarn.

I am halfway down the foot. The skein is losing all body, indicating I'm coming close to its end. I'm at my brother's home in Bristol and there's no postal scale handy, but there's no way there's a quarter of a skein left.

I am running out of yarn.

So why am I knitting blithely on as if I am not running out of yarn?

Posted by Leigh Witchel at October 31, 2005 4:42 AM

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What happens if you run out of yarn? I guess you can't do a splice?

It was a pleasure reading of your trip!

Posted by: petipafan at October 31, 2005 7:15 PM

Because one always DOES keep knitting. It's one of those things. I've never understood it either, but I keep on doing it anyway.

Posted by: Grace at November 1, 2005 10:05 PM

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