4 comments to “When a river otter and a deer come face to face”

  1. Christine OBrien

    Hi Cat,

    I am really excited about this new (first) Ebook. I am a relatively new knitter, and fell in love with socks!

    I hope there are some Toe-ups , because I just have trouble getting into the DPN’s

    Thank you for all you do and love the July Blog


    1. bCat

      Hello Chrissy- Sweet Tomato Heel Socks can all be knit toe-up or top-down, and I never use DPNs myself. The socks can be knit on 2 circs, 1 long circ, or DPNs, as a knitter wishes. So I think you will find the book to your liking. You may want to join my Ravelry group, “Cat’s Sweet Tomato Heels” where I answer any questions and other knitters talk about their experience knitting the socks in the book.

  2. KayDee Stasik

    Alas, my poor eyesight does not allow me to knit with that beautiful sock yarn I am one of many waiting for the promised trilogy of TREASURE FOREST! Are there ant nearby islands without yarn or deer?

  3. KayDee Stasik

    Hi Cat
    Christmas stockings in DK weight red and green are fine even taking into account my poor eyesight and that new heel design is irrestable. Your new book will be on my computer in a flash! Thanks.