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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Back to the Sock

I’ve cleared the heel flap and heel turn on my sock and I’m working through the gusset decreases now.  Last time I showed this sock, there were a bunch of questions about the pattern and the yarn.  I went back and edited the previous post (I had originally included the info on my first blog post of this project) to answer the questions.  I realized that maybe what I need to do is start linking all my blog posts to their Ravelry project page.  That way if I am feeling lazy and don’t want to link to yarn and pattern sites every time, anyone who is curious can just check out my Rav page and see what I’m using.  The catch is only Rav members will be able to see the page (on Rav, anyone can still see the blog), but the way I figure it, if you’re a knitter, you are on Rav (or should be) and if you’re not a knitter, you don’t really care what the pattern is or what yarn I’m using right?

So, for all of you inquiring minds, the pattern is Hermione’s Everyday Socks, the yarn is Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks That Rock Lightweight and here is my project page if you need to chase either of those down!  I hope this helps to answer some of your questions!



Blogger Abigail Goben said...

If you don't mind everyone seeing your projects, you can also change the setting on your ravelry page so it's public. If you choose the "share this" (top right corner of a project page) you can change to "visible to all" and it will give you a public link. Example here: http://ravel.me/PhireAngel/bbs

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

I was about to suggest the same thing Abigail said!

Love those socks, thanks for adding on the last post what the pattern was (and I always like to know the yarn you're using, too).

2:03 PM  
Blogger Melissa said...

I went to see the movie Frozen last weekend and decided that I needed some socks in a "Frozen" type colorway--and these socks are the exact colors I was looking for.

4:12 PM  

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