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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. 



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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