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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

New Socks

Since I finished up Damson so quickly, I started a new pair of socks for Mickael. He seems to be enjoying the last pair I knit for him and I've even caught him shuffling through his sock drawer looking for other handknit wool socks, so he deserves more socks. The yarn is Dream in Color Smooshy in Grey Tabby. The needles are my new Blackthorn's (these needles are the pointiest needles I've ever worked with). The pattern is New Fallen Snow (from the Visions of Sugarplums collection) which I've adjusted to fit Mickael's foot.

Caleb actually picked out the pattern from Ravelry. I was doing a search of sock patterns that didn't have lace (I can't remember all the other filters I used, just not lace) and Caleb was helping me find one that would suit Mickael. I had already decided I didn't want to knit a plain, grey sock, but any pattern or texture had to be subtle. As we were going through the socks, Caleb saw my New Fallen Snow sock and immediately said that was the one - he didn't even know it was my design! I'm calling these Tabby in the Snow socks while I'm working on them, but I'm sure Mickael would rather they be called Warlord of Doom socks. Or something.

It just occurred to me that I may or may not have ever explained how to adjust a sock pattern for a different size foot. Have I ever done that here? Would you be interested in that as a blog post? Let me know in the comments and if enough people are interested, I'll work it up.



Blogger Angie said...

*Peeks out of lurkdom

I would love a post about adjusting a sock pattern. And because I am already here, I love Logan!

8:22 AM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

yes yes yes - would love to know how to adjust sock patterns. Love the yarn you are using.

9:52 AM  
Blogger kate-the-enabler said...

Also delurking to say YES! That'd be so very appreciated :)
The socks are looking lovely - how nice it must have felt to have him select your pattern from all those available!

10:45 AM  
Anonymous Lynn said...

Great idea...I'd love to see that blog post.

11:12 AM  
Blogger Joan said...

Oh yes please, I have very large feet (blush) and that is why I have never knit a pair of socks. It would break my heart to do all that work and then have to frog it because it doesn't fit...

11:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes. I slavishly follow patterns and doing the math for changes makes my head hurt, which means there are many patterns which are lost to me.

11:52 AM  
Anonymous Joyce said...

I'd love to see that too. I have a very narrow foot, and 64 stitches can often be too big for me...grrr.

2:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would love to see that!

4:35 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Yes, please; I'd love to see a post on adjusting the size on a sock pattern! Thank you for offering. :-)

7:38 PM  
Blogger Bea said...

Yes, I also would like to know how to adjust this pattern. Thanks

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Rebekah said...

I would like to see that too please.

4:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, do explain--it would be so helpful!

6:25 AM  
Anonymous Kim said...

I would love to see a post about adjusting the pattern.

6:34 AM  
Blogger Syd said...

Yes please, that would be a huge help!

7:35 AM  
Blogger midj said...

Thanks for re-showcasing these sock patterns. I love them both. I will need to spend some time on Ravelry looking at your other patterns!

12:03 PM  
Blogger Willow said...

Yes, please, idid not inherit my fathers 6'4" height but I did get his big feet!

1:38 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

Yes -- having your take on adjusting sizes would be great!

2:59 PM  

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