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?
these are lovely! (fraternal twins are my preferred way of knitting socks, too!!) I have a pair of 'leftovers' on the needles now…..which will most definitely be fraternal!!!! (identical is rather boring, n'est pas?)
Agreed!I'm also looking forward to looking at your 'leftovers' sock. Those are always a joy to have, both for your feet and for your yarn stash. :]