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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Scarborough Finished

I am now officially done knitting both pairs of Scarborough Fair socks. To recap the why, the what, and the other gory details, I knit the first pair of socks in the Yarn 4 Socks December Sock club yarn. Since that was an exclusive yarn, I knit the second pair of socks (for the pattern that's available to the general public) in Louet Fingering Weight Merino in Soft Coral (it's definitely a warm pink color). I knit this entire sock without referring to the chart once, which for some reason is really exciting to me (hey - I'm easily amused).
I will now knit the second Caledonian Mist sock, but since that pattern is easier to work, it should be knit up pretty quickly. In the meantime, I've started designing and I have all the yarn for the next set of sock designs.... (cue dramatic music)...



Blogger Chris H said...

So, so pretty! You continue to tempt me!

11:56 AM  
Blogger Rudee said...

Beautiful. Your work continues to inspire!

12:57 PM  
Blogger baby face said...

I love what you have on the needles
on your previous blog. I love the
color and the pattern. I am not
well and cannot make a garment
anymore, but thank you for turning
me on to the "Drops" website again.
I had forgotton about them. I
downloaded a very nice scarf and there is a bag that I want to make.
I have also found some yarn to
make you Caledonian Mist sock.(I'm
not sure I spelled that right.)
Your work is beautiful.

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Maria said...

Beautiful sock! ...but what do you expect from a gal that can do a Mystery Stole (Swan Lake) that I continue to get rave reviews on. I love the original pattern!

6:32 PM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

Very pretty and nice work!

6:42 AM  

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