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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Pink Lemon is Back! Now With Even More Antibiotics!

Simple SKYP socks 
I'm back!  At least to blogging.  I'm still taking naps, but I've got a new, shinier, improved antibiotic so soon I should be able to leap tall buildings with a single bound, or something.

Anyway, there has been some knitting.  I've finished my first Simple Skyp sock.  This is definitely a pattern I would use for man socks as well as my own*.  It's simple (like the name says!) and knits up quickly.  Since it's a rib based stitch pattern, it also gives you a little bit of leeway sizing wise, which is always nice when you're knitting for other people.

I took this project with me on our trip and I can also vouch for the fact that it's an easy pattern to knit in the car.  So, if you're looking for a sock pattern to knit in the car, at Disney World during the hottest part of the afternoon, or in bed while watching Netflix with a sinus infection; take a look at this one!

*Any pattern used for man socks must be easy to work and not drive me crazy since there's so much more acreage to man socks than my own. 

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Blogger kayT said...

May I ask, what yarn is that? It appears to be one of the new very trendy "speckled" yarns (and the colors are very robins-egg too). Are you enjoying knitting with the speckles? Do you like the finished look? I myself have not yet made up my mind on the speckles.

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