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Monday, June 12, 2006

Second Sock Twist

The second Pink Lemon Twisty sock is moving right along. I'm hoping to finish it today. I am still amused by what the stitch pattern is doing with the yarn. I'm pretty much just working on these socks right now because my other project is knitting on Mystery Stole 2006. I have to get the first few charts worked to double check them before the first clue goes out on July 7. So, in the meantime, you guys get socks. Just to make it fun, tell me what your all time favorite knitted sock pattern is and why? Leave a comment...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm still a fairly new sock knitter (and loving it!). Most have been very basic patterns, but this time I tried Melanie's Twist using Sockotta. The narrow stipes are lovely all by themselves on the sole, but are wonders when Melanie's Twist is applied! Thanks to both you and Regina for this incredibly easy, but awesome pattern! Next time I'll try yo increases and maybe toe-up using the Turkish Cast on.

9:16 AM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

I love the blueberry waffle stitch pattern - free pattern on the net - It is stretchy and whoever you make them for they most likely will fit. I love socks with texture! Quick and easy pattern and very adjustable for any size yarn / needle
Vanessa Upstate NY

5:14 PM  
Blogger Debi said...

I loved the way the child's french sock from Vintage Socks came out, I love the child's first sock, also from VS, my own Lizzie's Lacy Ribs pattern and the "A Step Above" Entrelac socks from knitter's winter 2004 (i think)...pics of all are on my blog in either te 2005 or 2006 FO folders!

7:40 PM  

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