Tuesday, April 22, 2014

At Loose Ends

women's size 10
knit with 56 stitches on size 2 needles
I loved knitting this pair of socks from odds and ends - four different sock yarns. Each stripe is 10 rounds.

Photo shows one sock inside out and the tails that needed secured. While there were a lot of loose ends, I didn't mind because I like the socks.

14 comments:

  1. The colors work perfectly together!

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  2. They sure don't look like they're made from odds n ends. Very pretty!

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  3. I agree with Sara. They look like the fancy yarns you can buy. Congrats on another beautiful finish.

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  4. I love the socks and I am amazed at your patience. I have always resisted knitting with odds and ends because of all the end weaving needed. Now I can see that it is worth the effort!

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  5. The colors are fantastic. the pattern of colors looks so well planned. Great job!

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  6. I LOVE SEEING ALL OF THE SOCKS YOU MAKE NANCY. I THINK THEY ARE ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL.

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  7. You must have the most exciting socks in Wyoming! How do you weave in the ends I usually do that while I'm knitting. But I've never done striped socks by adding a new ball of yarn. I, too, love the color.

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  8. WOW Nancy they are amazing socks. Leftovers rock!

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  9. Your socks are beautiful! I love the different colors you put together from leftovers and they match!

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  10. They're awesome!! You're going to motivate me to knit socks again yet...

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  11. Fun colors, Nancy! You are amazing in all the socks you create with leftovers.

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  12. These are just adorable, Nancy!!! The colors are so vibrant and fun! I love how you use every bit of yarn...no waste at all!

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