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Pay It Forward

Monday I received a wonderful package from Karen.  I had signed up for  Pay It Foward on her blog and here is how it works.

I will make and send a handmade gift to the first 3 people who leave a comment to this post on my blog requesting to join this PIF exchange. I do not know what that gift will be yet, and it won’t be sent this month, probably not next month, but it will be sent (within 6 months) and that’s a promise! What YOU have to do in return, then, is pay it forward by making the same promise on your blog.

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She made the perfect napkins and of course the handspun Colonial Wool in "Agate Beach".  Thank you so much Karen.  Please sign up so I can Pay It Forward!

I have my Trick or Treat package ready to go and here is a sneak peek at the socks.

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I have also finished the Secret of the Stole III and here it is in its unblocked state.

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Alos I have been knitting more socks.

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Just a plain vanilla sock in Vesper Sock yarn in the Strange Little Mama colorway.  Also notice the cute bag I ordered from Acornbud's Crafts in Hawaii.

Another plain vanilla pair of socks in Fortissima Socka.

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Octpus Knits honored me with a blog award and I feel very honored.  She is an amazing spinner, knitter and photographer.

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Here are the rules*:

1. Please put the award on your blog.
2. Add a link to the person who awarded you.
3. You must nominate at least 4 fellow bloggers for this award.
4. Add links to the recipients.
5. Leave a comment so the recipients know they have received an award.

Yarn Collectors Anonymous  Darlene always keeps you entertained and knits beautiful socks

Vera's Crafty Blog  Vera has the most wonderful crocheted shawls as well as many other knitted items too.

She Knits By the Seashore Debby cycles, takes wonderful care of the animals in her area and of course knits

Bama Barkery's Blog  Gracie and Sister Sue always keep me laughing.  Their parents also make yummy dog(and maybe soon kitty)treats so check them out.

That's all for now!

October 22, 2008 | Permalink

Comments

Congrats on your award! What a lovely gift you received for Pay It Forward... and that your sending onward.

Posted by: Chris | Oct 22, 2008 11:35:08 AM

What a wonderful Pay It Forward gift! I love both the napkins and the handspun yarn (great job, Karen!). I'll have to recuse myself from your Pay It Forward offer since I've already done it this year, and I'm not quite ready to participate again :)

Your Trick or Treat socks are lovely (great "plain vanilla" socks, too), and I can't wait to see your stole blocked. I'll have to check out those blogs!

Posted by: Octopus Knits | Oct 22, 2008 2:12:56 PM

What a wonderful gift :) I've already agreed to do a PIF already but it sounds like you have something nice in store.

Posted by: mrspao | Oct 22, 2008 3:21:23 PM

Ooooh! I love the B&W Monkeys as well as the Vesper Sock and the shawl.

Thanks so much for the award!

Posted by: Vera | Oct 22, 2008 6:14:50 PM

What a lovely Pay it Forward gift!! I would sign up for yours but I'm already in it.
Your stole came out lovely!!

Posted by: Anita | Oct 22, 2008 7:20:09 PM

I'm so glad you liked them both!

Wow, your needles have been busy! I can't wait to see the blocked shawl and all the socks are wonderful!

Posted by: Karen | Oct 23, 2008 8:51:56 AM

Awwww.....thank you so much for the award, although YOU are the sock goddess....my knitting doesn't hold a candle to yours!!!!

What a great pkg. you received!!!

Of course, ALL your socks are GREAT!!! LOVE the socks for the swap!! For some reason they make me think of the Adams Family!!

Can't wait to see the shawl blocked!!

Sign me up for the Pay It Forward!! GREAT idea!!

Posted by: Crazy For Yarn In Alabama | Oct 23, 2008 9:05:55 AM

You are such a kind person for nominating me -- thank you so much. I'm not able to do Pay It Forward, but I think it is a wonderful, affirming swap.

And wow, all those great projects!

Posted by: Debby | Oct 23, 2008 4:25:16 PM

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