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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Knitting Olympics Day 13 - The Flame Burns On

This is still the first sock of the final pair. I'm really happy with how they are looking, but looking at the flame chart and knitting the stranded colorwork makes watching figure skaters difficult, so I have definitely slowed down on these. I'm about halfway through the flame chart for the foot of the sock and I should be able to finish this sock today. I did sit down yesterday and make some notes and I think I'll be able to write up the pattern for these. I wasn't going to sell the pattern, just give it as a blog entry. It should be easy to print up from there. I think. We'll see how it goes! I hope to finish knitting these socks on Friday or Saturday at the latest. It will take a while to get all the ends woven in and I want to get everything blocked before the Closing Ceremonies Parade of Socks.

6 Comments:

Blogger Kary said...

These are wonderful!!! WOW!! I can't until you write up the pattern. Hugs!

10:03 AM  
Anonymous Claudia said...

Wow. I'm really impressed. I've knit tons of socks, but none that cool!

12:09 PM  
Blogger Denise said...

Love those flame socks! I'm not sure who would like them more, my husband or one of the young nephews. :)

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Lori said...

Rockin' socks! You're progress is amazing!

12:35 PM  
Anonymous may said...

knitted socks can be so boring, but yours ROCKS!!! :D great job!

1:49 PM  
Blogger Peacock said...

I love your flame socks! :)
I love them love them love them I tell you!
Nice!
I, too, will eagerly await the pattern (should you decide to share it). :)

hugs!

(I found my Mystery Shawl again recently. (It's whereabouts became a mystery for awhile there) I'm really happy to start knitting it again! :) One of those warm fuzzy feelings like coming home to the smell of baking cookies or putting on a favorite old t-shirt still warm from the dryer...)

6:45 AM  

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