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Second Sock Syndrome = Overcome!

September 10, 2008

Despite my lack of updating, I’ve actually been quite productive knitting wise.  Just not so productive picture-taking wise.  More excitement to come, but today I do have one project to share:

These are my Broadripple socks from Knitty.  I actually knit one back in April and then the other in July.  They’re on size 3’s, which for me are insanely tiny needles.  And I was having a hard time with the pattern. It’s not difficult, but I kept messing it up.  I’m pleased with the overall outcome though.  And here’s better proof that I actually knit 2:

Speaking of Knitty projects, the new Knitty is out today!  My thoughts:

  • AHHH!! This baby is being attacked by a horrible scarf monster! *
  • The perception geek in me is absolutely in love with this optical illusion blanket.
  • The last thing I need is another bag, so I wouldn’t knit it, but it’s cute.
  • As usual, too many damn socks.
  • I really like the name Mangyle for a pattern.
  • Totally sweet hat

(*I actually think it’s funny in a good way. That photo is just hilarious. And Scott points out that it would be awesome to do it in funfur and have it be a muppet hug)

Anyway, more of my stuff to come. I have 3 completed (or mostly completed) projects that I haven’t taken pics of yet, but it’s on the to-do list for this week. (Yes, there is an actual li

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Anony Mous permalink
    September 11, 2008 10:07 am

    sweet socks!

  2. November 9, 2008 4:41 pm

    I love the Llama-duck sweater! That yarn is gorgeous and it looks so soft! —from CLF group on Rav

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