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Saturday, February 04, 2006

Madder Ribbed Socks

The Madder Ribbed Socks are knitting up nicely. I'm half way done with the foot, so I may finish the first sock this weekend. The toe is about 3 1/2 inches, which is a lot larger than the other toes I have knit. What I like about Knitting Vintage Socks is that Nancy Bush uses many different heels and toes, so one can get a lot of practice using different techniques.


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My goal is to have this pair of socks done before the Knitting Olympics, but they may have to wait until after if I don't get them done.

3 Comments:

  • At 9:42 AM, Blogger Whit said…

    Hey - I'd love it if you'd come join my Olympic Team - Team DPN !!

    http://teamdpn.blogspot.com

    Here's the link:

    Team DPN

    (circular knitters are allowed as long as they're willing to poke people with dpn's during the Olympics!!)

     
  • At 9:42 AM, Blogger Whit said…

    Hey - I'd love it if you'd come join my Olympic Team - Team DPN !!

    http://teamdpn.blogspot.com

    Here's the link:

    Team DPN

    (circular knitters are allowed as long as they're willing to poke people with dpn's during the Olympics!)

     
  • At 5:35 PM, Anonymous pam said…

    i see you are not using three needles. i bought the book on how to use the type of needle you are using but i haven't had the time to figure it out. it looks difficult but i'm sure once i get the hang of it i will like it. let me know how you like using this method. thanx, pam

     

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