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Good things are coming in threes

I finished my third pair of socks from the Cookie A Sock Club 2012, the lovely Nanaimo socks. I used the club yarn, since it's a perfect man colour for a perfect man pattern. This is the first time I've knit with Socktopus Sokkusu Original and it's lovely. Bouncy and beautiful. The pattern itself is quite straightforward, which was perfect as I knit them during the Comedy Festival, and was out and about much of the time.
The other thing that's coming in three around here is cats. This is Fern: 
She's staying over for the next six weeks while my parents are overseas. It's lovely to have her here, she fits in so well with the household. I wanted to get a picture of all three of them, but this is the best I could do. That's Tarragon sneaking off the front of the photo, Fern looking confused in the middle and Princess Daisy right at the back.

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  1. I nearly fell off my chair when I thought you just got a third cat… haha I'm sure they're all having a super fun time whilst the humans go to work. Lovely socks, Leon is very lucky.

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