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Monday, April 05, 2021

Socks, and More Socks

Anemone socks

I finished my Anemone socks last Thursday and I love them!  The pattern is pretty and the yarn is a vibrant and happy color.  The stitch pattern was a little bit fiddley, but that part only happened on every fourth round, and did I mention that I love the way the pattern looks?

Anemone socks

Here's a close up of the stitch pattern for you.  I knit these in Dream in Color Smooshy in the Wineberry colorway.

Homely socks

The day after I finished my Anemone socks, I cast on another pair of socks.  The second quarter CAL ( the "c" is for craft along, not crochet here) for ESK is for fingering weight socks.  So I guess what I'm saying is you should probably strap yourselves in for some socks around here.  I've been preparing stashing for this one for years!  I'm starting with a pair of Homely Socks knit in Teal Torch Knits Evelyn in the Afternoon Tea colorway.  I hope to finish the first sock later tonight!

In other news, Logan is continuing to heal and we are hoping to give him full run of the house again later this week, even if we have to continue with the Cone Of Shame for a bit longer.  It will be nice not to have an obstacle course to get into the kitchen and master bath!  In other news, Newton is about to be disappointed by the loss of his obstacle course in the kitchen and master bath.

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Blogger kayT said...

Your socks are beautiful and I can't imagine why that second pattern is called Homely Socks; they are so beautiful, not homely at all. Or does homely mean more than one thing? Anyway that is really lovely yarn too. And, glad to hear Logan is progressing.

4:34 PM  
Anonymous Nicole @ BookWyrm Knits said...

Those are both lovely socks! I'm partial to the yarn on the second pair, though. Speckle sock yarn has been really calling to me lately.

9:57 AM  

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