Sunday, February 25, 2007


Two Pair!

I finished two pair this week!

First up Gingham and Tulips from Knit Picks for Fair Isle February.

Second, my entry for SUAKYCC, Mermaid.

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Saturday, February 24, 2007



Monkey, knitted with Dave's Kalidescope yarn is once again going well. The downsize to #1 dpns is working much better and I'm having so much fun with both the pattern and Dave's yarn. I have one more repeat on this leg and then I'll start Monkey #2. I was kind of scared I'd bitten off more than I could chew, since in the past all of my socks have had 2x2 ribbing for the whole leg. But the instructions, so far are perfect and I practically cheer outloud every time I complete a row and I'm actually left with no stitches left over...or haven't ran out of stitches *G*



Handspun Socks

Different colored rovings
Spun and Plied together
Sunday Socks made


Friday, February 16, 2007


Started on Sunday

Well, not completed on Sunday but I did start these on Sunday. I finished them on Thursday night while watching Grey's Anatomy (the second time that night...can't get enough).

So, I thought I would get on here and post a message for all my Sunday Sock Buddies! Are you all still out there? Really, there hasn't been much happening 'round these parts lately; is everybody still knitting?

I started a podcast. You all should check it out. I will be speaking more about socks and my obsession with sock in one of the upcomming episodes. So, have a listen!



Monday, February 05, 2007


Sunday Socks - February 4, 2007

Just started these socks yesterday...have a few rows knit and I am wild about the yarn...


Sunday, February 04, 2007


Me with socks on a Sunday?

I know, I can hardly believe it myself. I have socks on the needles and something to show off for a change. I have made several pairs of baby socks..but real big people socks have been scarce.

These socks are my project for the Shut Up and Knit Your Cabin Cove. If you have never used yarn from Cabin Cove Mercantile..oh my you are missing out. I think this Kaleidosope yarn is the finest ever produced by the mayor of Cabin Cove.
The pattern is Dublin Bay, it's a simple pattern, easy to follow--so far!

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