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Friday, May 09, 2014


I finished my stripy socks with the Fish Lips Kiss Heels!  They came out almost totally identical, but the toes didn’t quite match up.  I’m pretty impressed with how similar they did work out, being hand dyed, self striping yarn that was then hand knitted.

I really do like the way the heel worked out, and I will definitely use this one again when I use a short row heel.  I’m not writing any sock patterns at the moment, so I don’t have to figure out whether or not to use this heel or just keep writing with the traditional heel flap at the moment.  If you’d like any other details about these socks (yarn, needle, etc.), here are my Rav notes.

I hope you have a great weekend!



Blogger Delusional Knitter said...

Awesome! Wow, they did match up very well even though the toes were different, interesting.

6:13 AM  

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