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Lost in a sea of yarn and needles. Lusting after handmade socks and all things lacy


Opal 6 ply

Opal 6 ply color 1125. Worked up really fast on size 2 needles. Not Addi size 2 with are a bit larger. Aero size 2 which is 2.50 mm. As you can see there is tons of yarn left for the second sock. Sock is for my daughter who wears women's size 11/12 shoe. So it is a big sock. She has long narrow feet. I cast on 56 stitches for 1 1/2 inches of ribbing. Increased to 60 stitches below the ribbing. Although you can't see it, there are three lines of 3 x1 ribbing down each side. This helps to keep the ankle from being baggy.The colors are not quite so bright in actually. The blue isn't turquoise, but more a denim blue. Great yarn  Posted by Picasa

By Suzann
On Thursday, November 17, 2005
At 11/17/2005 09:35:00 AM
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Blogger brooks Says:

That is inspirational! :D


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