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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

New Socks

Eternal Spring socks 
When I finished Mickael's Simple Skyp socks, I cast on for my third pair of socks for the ESK Q2 KAL.  I've already got the first sock finished and I've started the second sock!

These are the Eternal Spring socks knit in Sweet Georgia Yarns Tough Love Sock in Sea Spray.  This is the same yarn base I used for my Smaug socks in April and I still love it.  This is the first time I've knit this pattern but I really like it.  The finished sock definitely could use a blocking, but the stitch pattern is pretty but easy to knit as well.



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