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lostpurl

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

 

mata hari

mata hari
mata hari,
originally uploaded by lyrical2me.
An elegant yet simple pattern to work. Providing you can count to eight. The first set of stitches is one less each row. My brain being a bit dim, kept reducing the amount of stitches between each group. Resulting in massive frogging on the first sock. The second sock, I took my brain in hand and managed to work the pattern correctly. The stitch pattern directs you to use the heel and toe of your choice. I used the star toe on one sock and the swirl toe on the other. It would have been nice if I had managed to swirl in the same direction as the rest of the sock :D Next time I will do better as I now understand the mechanics of the swirl toe. Cobwebs in the brain
Enjoy

 

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Blogger Steph Says:

They are lovely :-)

 

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