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Finished one pair of socks so far....

Posted by vickey__mn (My Page) on
Fri, May 13, 11 at 8:17

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Done in self striping yarn, short rows to create this look rather than rows.

Vickey MN


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RE: Finished one pair of socks so far....

Shazam! Now that's a pair of SOCKS! Cool. Sock it to me!

-Babka


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RE: Finished one pair of socks so far....

Great job on those!

I've finished one pair, and ripped out all of one sock on another pair. I had it past the gusset, and it was too tight. Make sure your needles are the right size! I do mine on circs. Both at the same time, but on seperate needles. One sock is right, the other had to be completely re-done. Not happy. Of course, it was the one that was farthest along.

Also on the needles is a sweater that has been going for two years and is finally getting worked on again, cause I finally found the rest of the yarn in my stash. And the Akimbo shawl from Ravelry. I'm to the hard part now on that. I think I have managed 3 rows of the lace pattern.

Tami


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