Monday, August 6, 2012

Road Ready


These two pair of socks are finally off the needles and ready for the road.

Knit on size 2 circulars with 56 stitches

ONline Supersocke 100 (Summer-cotton-stretch)
  39% cotton
  40% wool
  13% nylon
    8% elastic

14 comments:

  1. Nice! Was it difficult working with stretchy yarn? I've never tried it before.

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  2. Pretty socks and a very cute photo.

    Do you wear hand knit socks when you walk? I can't... I have to have the compression socks or they "creep"...

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  3. I love short wool socks. And I'm with Chan - do you wear them when you walk? I don't have the creeping problem, I just feel like I'm gonna ruin them. g

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  4. LOVE the colors! I really enjoy wearing the cotton blend socks but I only have a few pair so I save them for "special" times and wear WalMart socks for every day use. I have not seen self-striping cotton yarns, or did you stripe these from scraps?

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  5. Nice way to display the socks for the picture. I love the colors.
    Rebel Follower

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  6. Great picture of your new socks! The yarn is really pretty. I'm going to have to try out the cotton sock yarn on my next pair. I hope the heels hold up well on these.

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  7. Cute! I love me a pair of stripey-socks! LOL

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  8. They look so soft and colorful. Makes me want to put on socks even if it is 108 degrees! You can tell I am anxious for winter to get here!

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  9. Nice socks! How'd you keep from overstretching the yarn? I've always been afraid to knit with elasticized yarn. Love the stripes!

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  10. Are you on Ravalry by the way?

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  11. A 2 PAIR FINISH...WOW. they are lovely!!! great image

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  12. WOW!!... they look great and I love your picture!

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