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My Canadian Wee Tiny Sock Swap

Look what arrived Saturday from Ella – a Wee Tiny Sock all the way from London, Ontario, Canada.

Not only did I receive a wonderful little gem made out of Lang’s Jawoll wool/cotton blend,
canadian wee tiny sock swap toe up

but she enclosed it in an card made by a friend in her embroidery guild,
machine embroidery  greeting card

with a souvenir pin, and six beaded stitch markers.
hand knitting Canadian stitch markers glass bead cat sparkle

Thank you for such a thoughtful gift.


Given the toe design, short row heel, and tubular woven cuff, I’m guessing this wee one was knit from the bottom up. I’ve always done my socks top down, crossing my fingers the yardage will make it to the end.

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