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Monday, September 07, 2009

And the Winner Is...

Carla B. from Montana! Thanks to everyone who entered and gave me the name of your favorite sock. Just in case you were curious, the most popular sock pattern in this highly unscientific survey is one of the most basic - the Yarn Harlot's plain vanilla sock recipe (which I am unfortunately having no luck locating a link for). The most popular design of the more complex types of sock is Cookie A's Twisted Flower socks. I've knit these and they're lovely.

Thanks for all the complements on my pattern and getting into the book. It was great hearing from some lurkers on the blog too!

Be back tomorrow with something wooly.



Blogger Syd said...

Yarn Harlot's sock can be found in her book "Knitting Rules", it is my favorite one as well, completely imprinted in my brain cells now and can do just about anything and still knit it!

9:42 AM  
Blogger Lael said...

The vanilla sock is just a plain stockinette stitch sock with a ribbed cuff. I'm not sure the Yarn Harlot can really claim it as her pattern, but it is in one of her books and was the pattern I used when I knit my first sock. Good for portable sock knitting, since there is no real pattern to memorize!

12:36 PM  
Blogger Lori said...

Here's the ravelry link http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sock-recipe-a-good-plain-sock

12:41 PM  

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