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My Essential Kettle destined for Fibonacci Socks

Is anyone else participating in the Ravelry Harry Potter Knit and Crochet House Cup Spring term? I signed up and got sorted into Gryffindor (chanting Go, Go, Gryffindor in the background).

I'd love to stuff my schedule full of every class (very Hermione-ish), but I know my limits. So I'm taking Defense Against the Dark Arts (DADA), when I'm making some Hogwarts Coasters, and Arithmancy, where my project is sock made in Fibonacci sequence using the wine and gold Essential Kettle Dyed that I stashed recently with just such a cause in mind. I don't care for stockinette socks, so I think I'm going to use one of Charlene Schurch's designs (the Slipped Stitch Rib). It is an interesting, very wide rib that will be a counterpoint to the fFibonacci-sequenced horizontal bars of wine & gold.

I think my 14 yr old "Dobie" will love them!

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Comment by banklady6 on June 4, 2009 at 7:26am
he's just too fun--hopefully he doesn't iron his hands! I took a quiz once, and found out that I was Ravenclaw--I KNEW I wasn't son got me reading the Potter books, and I enjoyed the movies too..can't wait for this summer--Half Blood Prince time...

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