Posts Tagged: Socks
Hormones! They do strange things to a woman’s body during pregnancy, but the usually most significant is the change in temperature. Growing up, I suffered from always being cold. If the air conditioner was on, you could be sure I
My handspun socks are done. I cast off sock # 2 last night and wove in all the ends. I even wore them and took pictures. Hurray. I think they are pretty comfy. A bit loose, but being 100% wool,
I’m up to the heel on my 2nd handspun sock, but last night I decided to polish my toes, so I couldn’t work on it because I couldn’t try it on. So what did I do instead? I started a
You know, I was doing a little thought processing this morning on the way to work while listening to the Knit Picks podcast and I had an aha! moment. I just recently did my first short row heel and it
I cast on and finished the toe of sock #2. I’m working the Campfire socks toe up using handspun yarn. I started this second sock with a different ball of my handspun and I can tell it was spun thicker.
So much for my attempt at being a one-WIP gal. I started a new project today at work. I’m working the TiramisuÂ using TLC Essentials in Dark Thyme that I have in my stash from a previous granny square project I’ve
I worked my first short row heel tonight. It was pretty easy with the instructions I was using. I’m doing the toe-up version of the campfire socks by Cider Moon. Instead of following the instructions in the pattern for the
Pattern: Jaywalkers by Grumperina Needles: Size US1 Yarn: Socks that Rock Lightweight (Barney Rubble) It took me almost 3 months to get these socks finished. I started them at the beginning of March and finished them mid to late May.
I’m working on some socks toe-up and I’m just about to the gusset increases. I’ve never worked socks toe-up and I’m a bit confused. Am I supposed to work the increases without working the instep stitches or do I just
Dad’s socks have been gifted. He received them yesterday and instantly fell in love. They fit him very well and he was pleased. I told mom that she must hand wash them in cold water if dad wants to wear