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Monday, September 03, 2007

Gray Socks and Small Gray Socks

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Labor Day Weekend if you live you in the US. If you don't, I hope you had a great weekend anyway. We've been running in circles around here trying to get ready for school and I think that we are ready to go tomorrow morning! Knitting, like the blogging has taken a back seat to getting everyone taken care of around here, but I did finish up Mickael's gray socks as you can see.

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These are a discontinued color of Regia, worked on US 1's (2.25mm) in a generic sock pattern I threw together to fit his foot. I pretty much got the stripes matching through the heel flap, but from there to the toe, they don't match as perfectly. I used two different balls of yarn but they were from the same dyelot. With the leftovers, I'm making some small matching socks for Caleb.babygraysock
Again, just a generic pattern I made up for his foot size worked on the same size needles as I did his Daddy's socks. Won't they be cute this winter with their matching socks?

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Anonymous jessica said...

definitely cute together with matching socks! You sure get a lot of yardage with Regia.

10:17 AM  
Blogger Marji said...

They look like they match to ME. And the idea of a little boy having socks to match those of his hero -- too cute. They can be manly together. My little boy is 20 now, so . . .

10:41 AM  
Blogger Ann said...

What a great idea to knit matching socks. I am sure they will look nice together!

7:44 PM  
Blogger Susanne said...

LaboUr Day is a long weekend here too, the only weekend we share in common!

6:43 AM  
Blogger Gammy aka Peggy said...

I love the yarn. What a sweet idea for matching socks, perfect.

6:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When you finish the little ones, you have to take a picture of their feet together wearing them! : ] Mindy

4:44 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

Welcome back Melanie! Hope you enjoyed the holiday weekend.

The socks are adorable. I love little tiny things that match big things.

6:16 PM  
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oh I love those socks look really nice, I wanna a pair of them, congratulations for your great job

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