January 16, 2009
Sock knitters will notice that the colorways on the two socks match up exactly, which gives me so much joy.
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"Sock knitters will notice that the colorways on the two socks match up exactly, which gives me so much joy."
And I sit here comparing the two to see if you were right...(*sigh*).
Posted by: tim at January 16, 2009 09:41 AM (nno0f)
I compared the two too. I believe Sarah, so I was just testing my eyes, though I am prone to see what I want to see.
The sock on the left looks like a tepee! Just found the etymology of that word
The word "tipi" comes into English from the Lakota language; the word
thípi consists of two elements: the verb
thí, meaning "to dwell," and a pluralizing enclitic (a suffix-like ending that marks the subject of the verb as plural),
pi, and means "they dwell." In Lakota, formal verbs
[words that look like they should be verbs] can be used as nouns, and this is the case with
thípi which in practice just means "house."
According to this pronunciation guide
, Lakota "th" sounds like English "t" (but not "th" as in "thin" or "within") and "í" with an accent is like an English "ee."
Posted by: Amritas at January 16, 2009 11:09 AM (+nV09)
your feet will be dwelling in bliss
Posted by: awtm at January 17, 2009 06:34 AM (xWqQc)
Those are so pretty. I love those colors!
Posted by: Guard Wife at January 18, 2009 07:44 AM (IADCv)
Very stripy! btw I'll have a ripple therapy-ghan photos to post soon! It's all about the stripes!
Posted by: Sarah at January 18, 2009 08:10 AM (LP4DK)
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