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Monday, October 01, 2007

One Sock, Two Sock, Big Sock, Small Sock


With apologies to Dr. Seuss, I have finished Caleb's tiny gray socks. I have only been working on them while I'm waiting for Caleb to do his after school activities, so they probably took longer than they should have. His socks really look tiny next to Mickael's big socks, but the two of them both look cute in them. They wore them over the weekend, but neither would sit still long enough for me to get a group foot picture.

The details in case you're interested: the yarn is a Regia color that was discontinued that I got from Elann. I knit them on size US 1's (2.25mm) in my generic sock pattern with a heel stitch heel. I used two balls (these were 100 gram balls) to get all four socks. They were simple and fast to do and a great no brainer project for me, but I'm ready to work on a sock with a little more going on now!



Anonymous PJ in NY said...

Aw, come on, you just have to get a picture with the feet in them!
It would be so darling and a great memory to save.

9:38 AM  
Anonymous beth said...

very cute. too bad no "blue" socks for the true-to-Seuss rhyme scheme but awesome socks all the same!

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Melanie,

I e-mailed you "off-list" from the MS3 Yahoo Group, but obviously I did something wrong, since I haven't heard back from you. I'd like to buy the Swan Lake pattern, but I don't have PayPal. Please e-mail me and let me know whether you would prefer check or cash. Thanks, very much.
charlizeen at yahoooooooooooooo daht com

4:37 PM  
Blogger Ina said...

Oh me, oh my, oh me, oh my - what a perfect pair of pairs I spy!

10:45 PM  

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