Monday, March 09, 2009

Pomatomus socks continued


Managed to finish the leg on Jessamy's socks, and you can see I've started the heel flap. The pattern is pretty easy, except for some confusion around the 12/13/14 rows of chart A where the k2togs start slanting the other way. But mainly that confusion was down to me not having the yos in the right place.

It's looking so far like it will turn out nice.

3 comments:

  1. Suzanne3:48 PM

    These are beautiful - I just bought some Wildfoot yarn with a very close, regular colorway and I'm thinking of trying these. Or I may just go with what I know.... But I need to challenge myself, and these really are lovely.

    I may have to email you with my questions, though!

    In the meantime, I'm doing some charity amigurumi (charigurumi?) to help Eagle Rock HS's knitting club. They're doing a service project, making small backpack chains for kids at Children's Hospital. I don't crochet much, but these are small, so despite the fact that they're taking me FOREVER to do, at least I'll have a finished project at some point! Then I can go back to socks.

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  2. Please do email me. So far it's standard chart reading. Not too hard.

    The charigurumi sounds like a neat idea. Are they shaped like animals?

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  3. A very late afterthought for this post - the yarn I used is Araucania Ranco Multy.

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