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Friday, April 09, 2010

As I Continue To Compete For The Title of Slowest Knitter Ever...

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...I present - a finished sock! This is the second sock (unblocked) of the Celestial Socks design (found in Aether - Elements Sock Collection V). I started the first sock of the pair back in January, finished it up quickly and blocked and photographed it for the pattern. Then I knit this second sock in slow motion apparently because I just finished Kitchenering the toe and weaving in the ends this morning while Caleb got ready for school. I love the color of these socks - it's such a pretty, Spring-y color and I was happy to have a decent size little leftover ball of yarn when I finished this sock. It's going straight into my bag of Superwash Fingering Weight Wool Leftovers, Cool Colors. I don't have any definite plans for this bag of yarn leftovers, but the bag of Superwash Fingering Weight Wool Leftovers, Warm Colors is now becoming The Babette. Who knows what the future holds for the little ball of leftover yarn.

I hope you have a great weekend!

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2 Comments:

Blogger Teri said...

Stiff competition here, as I feel I am the slowest knitter ever...

LOVE the socks.. much farther along than my plain knit socks are.

10:29 AM  
Blogger Laughingrat said...

That is an extremely good-looking sock!

10:18 AM  

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