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


Slip Stitch or Mosaic Samples

Same pattern as the blue sample, using the Knit Picks Sock Landscape, Redwood and Knit Picks Essential in Fawn as the outline color.Although both yarns are fingering weight, the red is much thicker. This causes the tan to be a bit stretched out. Note at the bottom I reversed the colors. Using the red as the outline and the tan as the inside of the diamonds. What do you think? I think the over all effect is sort of Elizabethan Posted by Picasa

By Suzann
On Saturday, February 04, 2006
At 2/04/2006 09:53:00 PM
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Blogger tatt3r Says:

I like the design best when you have the red as the outline and the tan inside the diamonds. Thanks for the tips about mosaic knitting. I'll check back to see your finished Olympic socks.


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