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Friday, September 01, 2006

Simple Sock Friday

I'm one or two rounds short of toe decreases on my simple green sock. You can see the pattern a little better in the post from two days ago. Its cloudy and overcast here today, so everything is photographing soft and a little less detailed. This is such a simple pattern to use in a sock, easily memorized, fast to work and just interesting enough to keep your attention, I thought I'd share it with you. Here is a chart for it:
The plain squares are knit stitches and the dots are purl stitches. Feel free to plug it into any sock pattern with a stitch count divisible by 4. It will show up best on solid or mostly solid yarns, but it could be interesting in a blended stripe kind of yarn pattern too. Enjoy!
Ramius isn't very impressed by the sock, but he's more concerned with Finn right now. He's relaxing a little more, but I caught him online last night, registering at stealmydog.com. This can't be good.


Blogger Molly Morrison said...

LOL, "stealmydog.com".. That's great!

Interesting pattern.. I'm working a garter rib sock for the first time in my life (didn't know that garter rib existed), but that looks even more interesting, in some ways. I'll have to try it!

9:14 AM  
Blogger knitalittle said...

If your kiddy e-mails my kitty and gets his tricks on how to deal with a dog then I would really be worried. Roland my black cat drops things on our dogs head to get even. Roland is a great shot. Good luck with pet harmony.

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Carrie said...

Nice sock pattern! You're right, just enough variation to keep interest. I have been admiring your laceweight spinning too. I never seem to get beyond dk or sport weight...Maybe I need to go more slowly? My big saxony wheel could probably do it.

9:42 AM  
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