Helen wins Christmas, fair isle knitting, the internet and my heart … basically everything.

She said “knithack”!! Be still my beating heart …

Over at her blog Pointy Pointy Sticks, Helen describes the gorgeous knit panels on each of the Christmas stockings she recently made (starting toe first).

As you can see, they’re just fabulous!

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Amazing work, Helen – thank you so much for the submission – Merry Christmas!

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      knithack
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      it’s a mish-mash of patterns which she shares on her site. Follow the links.

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      knithack
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      it’s a mish-mash of patterns which she shares on her site. Follow the links.

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    Inge Just

    Your socks are so fine, I would like very much to buy teh pattern

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      knithack
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      Inge, it’s a mish-mash of patterns which she shares on her site. Follow the links.

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      knithack
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      Jennie, if you read the post, you’ll find the answer you’re looking for.

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    Charlene

    So much fun, now you don’t need to make the same thing twice….love it!????

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