I’ve got just one word to sum up this project–FINALLY. The gradation is just beautiful. I hope these fit him. For the time I spent frogging and re-doing, I really really hope these fit him considering the distance this pair of socks will have to travel to get to him.
pattern : How I Make My Socks by Susan B. Anderson
yarn : Schoppel-Wolle Crazy Zauberball in Domino
needle : US 1[2.25 mm]
size : 10
Have I mentioned the gradation is just gorgeous? I’m glad I didn’t fuss over making sure they match for identical socks. These socks individually work great as brothers, rather than not-quite-perfect twins.This second picture offers colors that are a little bit more true-to-life.
I also made another addition to the personal stash. This is Patons Kroy Socks in the Flax colorway. I knew they were my shade the moment I saw them. I’m thinking of something with a simple and reliable look, like the Mr. Pitt’s Socks by Kaitlyn Wong. I may have been down due to the nerve injury, but I’m certainly not out. I’m going to get my full drawer of hand-knit socks sooner or later.
What about you? Got any goals for sock-knitting? Knitting in general?