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

 

Nancy Bush's Evening Stockings

One down, one to go.

I didn't want knee socks so I did a few mods on the pattern. I changed the heel flap to repeat the P1 K 5, pattern repeat. The flap is edged with seed stitch. I will do more rows of seed stitch on sock two. I did three seed stitches on each side. But one row gets eaten up when I picked up the gusset stitches. In effect I just used the lace pattern. I think they turned out pretty well. Of course I need to knit another one.



I did round toe, my favorite. I wanted to keep the P1 K5 pattern going. Due to brain damage I decreases in the purl stitches. This causes the purl row to go wonky. Next sock I will do the decreases in the knit stitches. That way the purl rows should remain true.



Sock without Suzann's big foot in it :-} I can't get the color right. But it isn't a light pink, more a peachy pink. The yarn is soft and cushy

 

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Blogger Having a Knit Fitt Says:

Nice socks! Now that I have been bitten by the lace bug, I may try some.
The storms weren't too bad here although I felt sorry for Dogwood who was home without me when it was thundering. He hates thunder.
Cate

 
 
Blogger Grace Yaskovic Says:

Beautiful socks!!! Someday I will knit socks but right now too many shawls Your package came today, I think its perfect for the Heartland and it is moving up in the queue Thanks Suzann for the kind comments today over at Elann it helps so much that there is someone somewhere I can turn to when life deals me a rough one!!

 
 
Blogger smariek Says:

Love your socks! I still have yet to tackle socks. Someday. Maybe I'll juts have to wait for a beginner's sock kal to come along, lol...

 
 
Blogger LibbyKnitKins Says:

those socks sure did turn out great!!! (Even with the brain damage! Sorry couldn't resist the joking!)

Libby

 
 
Blogger benne Says:

Great sock, Suzann. Speaking of great socks, a package arrived for me with some absolutely gorgeous socks which fit me perfectly. The doctor socks! Thank you so much. They are fabulous.

 
 
Blogger Joan Says:

Totally fabulous sock! Must check out what a round toe is.

 
 
Blogger Monika Says:

What a nice sock, the pattern goes well with the color!

 
 
Blogger junior_goddess Says:

I think it looks beautiful!

 
 
Anonymous Martine Says:

I love your socks, they are beautiful. Can you tell me how many stitches you did cast on ? I was trying this sock pattern, but I did something wrong.

 
 
Blogger Suzann Says:

Hi Martine

I cast on 60 stitches. But I am using a thicker yarn. Using a true fingering weight you might need to cast on more stitches. The pattern is very stretchy.
The pattern repeat is 6. So it needs to be a multiple of 6.

 
 
Anonymous Martine Says:

Thank's for helping me!! Now I know what I did wrong. I will cast on 66 stitches, that will be the right size for me.

 
 
Anonymous Roxanne Says:

Suzann...just over from KR...you do fabulous sock knitting...wow!! :)

 
 
Blogger Knitman Says:

These are really nice. Pity girls have all the best patterns. (mostly anyway!)

 

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