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Saturday, 26 January 2019

Ready?




Did you see that?!  😀


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  1. Can't wait to see the collection 😊

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    1. I'm really looking forward to showing you - not long now! xx

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  2. Wow!
    Thats an exciting post,,,
    Christine,, you must be thrilled,,,
    New sock yarn colors,,, yippee!!
    Congratulations, ,,,,
    Lovely soft yarn, too,,,
    Just working on several pairs,,, my husbands ,, which are taking me ages,,, and one for me with fairy lights yarn,,, almost have one done!!
    So excited to see,,,,♡♥

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    1. Yes, I am thrilled, thank you! Big socks do take a long time and if you lose momentum it can be hard to get going again - but think how pleased he'll be when they're done! xx

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  3. Oh Yes Indeedy. Will resign myself to the wait. After all this is going to be worth the wait.

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  4. OMG!!! How exciting is that??? Huge congrats! xxx

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  5. Wow, that's wonderful, Christine!

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  6. That's amazing! Congratulations x

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  7. That is so awesome, congratulations. So excited to see the new yarn.

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  8. Wow...that is exciting! Particularly given 2019 is my year to conquer sock knitting and I am using wys wool to knit with. At the moment I have goldfinch and peacock on my needles...next up winwick mum!

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    1. Oh, I hope so - and it sounds like you're well underway with conquering sock needles! :) xx

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  9. Wow! Congratulations,,cant wait to see the colours xx

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  10. Wooooohooooooo ��������
    That’s brilliant news..... love WYS so what a fabulous combo!!!! Can’t wsit to see colours - I bought nearly all the birdy ones

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    1. I love WYS too which is why I'm so delighted that this collaboration is happening. Their colours are just fab so I hope you like mine too! :) xx

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  11. How exciting for you (and all us sock knitters!) Congratulations, Christine. Can't wait to see the collection. You must be so proud of yourself - and rightly so. xxx

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    1. Thank you, not least because WYS is a fab yarn that I'm delighted to be associated with! :) xx

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  12. Brilliant! I can't wait to see the new colours. My favourite sock teacher and my favourite sock yarn. Very excited! x

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    1. That's really kind of you to say, thank you! :) xx

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  13. Woohoo!! That is exciting news! I can hardly wait to see the colours. I'm sure they will be wonderful and I'll want to buy each one! 😊 Best wishes from Dianne

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    1. I hope you're going to like them! You'll have plenty to knit with 52 new colours ... joking, there's not that many! :) xx

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  14. Wow - how exciting is that!! Winwick Mum conquers the sock knitting world!!

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    1. Ha ha, I'm not sure about that but if it encourages more people to give it a go then I'm happy! :) xx

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  15. How good is that - congratulations Christine.

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  16. Well done look forward to seeing everything keep up all your good work we would’ve lost without you. Xxxxxxx💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

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  17. WooHoo! Terrific! I just got three more skeins of WYS yarn. Can't wait to get (your) more.

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    1. Thank you - I'll be showing you the colours soon so I hope you like them! xx

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  18. How exciting for you- congratulations!!

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  19. How wonderful, WYS yarn is my favourite. You should be very proud.

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    1. I am super-proud, WYS is my favourite too! :) xx

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  20. Looking forward to getting some of that with your logo on it.
    Huge congratulations and very well deserved. WYS is my 'go to' wool for socks.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, WYS is always my go-to for socks too when I'm not trying out no-nylon yarns, I think it's fab! xx

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  21. I know this is a little off topic, but can you knit the 1st of every row on the heel flap? Then do the slip stiches. Seems easier for me to pick up the gusset stitches.

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    1. Yes of course, if you want to. It'll mean that you don't have the same cushioned heel but if you don't tend to wear your socks through at the heel then there's no problem. The other thing to do is to slip the first stitch purlwise if you've been slipping knitwise as that will keep the stitch facing the same direction as the others (it twists if you slip knitwise) and therefore will be a bit bigger xx

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  22. Oh boy! how exciting. yippee!. I can't wait to see the yarns and of course to buy the yarns. Ooo thankyou so much for giving us even more choices. Well done Christine.

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  23. Got your WYS/Winwick Mum sock pattern in John Lewis the other day! Love it. I hope it didn't go on sale before it should have! Looking forward to seeing the wool appear. Congratulations!

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    1. I think that will be one of the earlier ones, but I still can't get over the fact that a pattern I wrote is in John Lewis! That's amazing! :) xx

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  24. That’s so exciting! A great brand as well :) congratulations!

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  25. How exciting for you! Congratulations!

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  26. Well done, loved your fairy lights recommendation so can't wait to see what colour combos there will be.

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    1. I am sure you'll love them - WYS have done me proud! :) xx

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