Monday, April 06, 2009

Walk on the Ocean

There's a reason Kristin is my favorite fiber pusher; her color sense is really unmatched. These finished socks make me think of a tropical ocean -- the deep blues of the water and the rusty browns of driftwood.

Pattern: basic stockinette worked over 60 stitches, with a 3x2 ribbed cuff and Eye of Partridge heel flap
Yarn: my handspun BFL from the March All Spun Up Spinalong
Needles: two 12" US 1 (2.5 mm) Addi Turbo circs
Started/Completed: March 28/April 6


I finished the gusset and most of the foot of the second sock yesterday afternoon while The Mister and I went to see Adventureland. The movie was pretty good, and apparently it made for some good knitting time, because when I pulled the sock out again this morning, I only had an inch and a half left before the toe.

Little did I know when I cast these on that I'd actually have a chance to wear them soon -- would you believe it's snowing right now?

7 comments:

Julie said...

The socks are beautiful! Snow - not so much.

DPUTiger said...

I had to sweep an inch of snow off of my car this morning. Not cool. Pretty socks, though!

The A.D.D. Knitter said...

Adorbs as usual, sock maven!

Knitting Granny said...

Mmmm...those are beautiful socks!

weezalana said...

Lovely! Dig the blue and brown!

Jen said...

Great socks!

Oh, and now I have that song stuck in my head. Thanks. :)

Octopus Knits said...

Wowie! Those are gorgeous - great job on the spinning :)