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Great looking sock! I really like the pattern and I love the colour as well!
Happy belated birthday, Bess! Pretty sock, pretty color. Did you make it to FFF this year? I was there on Sunday but didn't see you. Hauled home plenty of spinning fiber, though. :)
In love there are two things--bodies and words. To love what you do and feel that it matters, how could anything be more fun? The law of attraction always starts with the mind. :)
Cool socks you got there!
What's better than store-bought socks is hand-made ones. I love hand woven things!
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Thursday, September 23, 2010
Here is that completed lace sock I knit for Spirit Trail. You can see it at her booth in Rhinebeck next month.
Now it's time to finish up that shawl collared vest - and the other two summertime UFOs in my bag-0-shame. But after that I believe I will use the lace stitch in this sock to make a pair of gloves. I've been wanting to try that i-cord glove technique of Meg Swansen's. I've got the yarn, I've got the stitch, I've got the needles, thanks to a wonderful BD who bought me the entire set of StitchBerry wooden circular needles for my birthday.
Btw. The size zero join is not as smooth as all the other sizes ... but lawsee - they go up to something like size 15!! all with silky wooden tips and smooth joins. There is a winter full of comfortable knitting up ahead.
Ta! posted by Bess | 6:56 AM