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Friday, July 10, 2009

Not very Summery......

but at least it is a project that is finally completed and that makes me happy.



I just finished these after starting them some time ago (like back in February). Both socks were completed up to the heel and that's where I was stumped. That's what I get for trying something new (never made socks before) and trying to do it from a "free pattern" that had to be converted from centimeters (something that I never learned in school since I am too old apparently!). Thanks to my friend, Eve, who attended the quilt retreat with me in June. She helped me with turning the corner (heel) on these socks and I am so thankful.

The yarn was a self striping yarn. The Design line was called Regia by Kaffe Fassett. Guess I won't be wearing them until next winter, but I am so happy that they are done!!! I'll try another pair now that I know how to turn the heel, but first I have some other unfinished knitting projects to get back to, too.

6 comments:

  1. Great job! I'm on my third pair. The self-striping yarn is so much fun.

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  2. Those are gorgeous .... and one thing I have yet to try. Some day I'll get my act together - I have so many websites bookmarked about knitting socks and yet, I'm still hesitant. Hugs and have a great weekend. Please post when Cole arrives - okay?

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  3. Oh, Faye, those are the cutest socks ever!!!

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  4. Thanks, I feel confident now to try another pair.

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  5. They look great. Being a new knitter, I have yet to try socks and it won't be anytime soon. I'm working on a simple shawl at present and almost finishing up a purse/bag that I will felt once I have the straps knitted. I wish I had learned to knit long ago, I've been missing a lot of enjoyment.

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