Monday, October 01, 2007

Knee socks

As if knitting one pair of knee socks wasn't enough, I am now halfway through the second sock of the second pair!

I have what you could call fourth sock syndrome.
I already knit three of these, do I really have to knit another one?

Well, yes. Even though I am happy with the first pair, I have come up with a better toe and heel. Also, better ribbing at the top.
And because this is just way too much stockinette, there is a diamond pattern traveling up the new legs.

Want to see?

Soon enough. Let's just enjoy the first finished pair. Thank you.

Yarn: Schaefer Anne. Pattern: Originally made from following the Twisted Sister's sock workbook.

New pattern: completely altered cast-on, toe, heel, stitch pattern, rib and bind off. Available very soon.

Have you already heard how incredible this yarn is? Stats: 560 yds, so 1 hank makes 1+ pair of socks. 60% merino wool superwash, 25% mohair, and 15% nylon. 7-8 st. to the inch on US #0-2. Machine or hand wash.

"Anne" is a major joy to knit with. Soft, warm, light, fuzzy, shiny, everything perfect.

If you want to try it, know that they only do limited dye runs, so once a color is gone, it's gone for good. When you see a color you like, grab it fast. If you wait to think about it, you'll regret it. Pick up this lovely yarn here. "Thank" me later (!)


Anonymous said...

the socks look great!

KnittyOtter said...

I love that color yarn. Perfect Autumn socks. :D