Finished!

I finished knitting these during the night and while I was tempted to put off closing the toes and weaving in the ends I didn’t!

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I love the wide stripes of this KnitPicks yarn!

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12 Responses to “Finished!”

  • Very nice indeed!

  • Cyndi Holguin:

    Wonderful I wish I could knit like that. I am trying but it is trying my patience. :). I had to go back to crochet for awhile I am going to try knitting again today lets see. I have a bad habit of putting things away when they don’t behave.

    I just love your socks.

  • Sara:

    Oh, you have led me astray! I just needed $10 more on my Knit Picks order to get free shipping…….and, of course, I had to add Felici! I ordered sport weight and may try a Baby Surprise jacket….gulp

  • Ann:

    Perfect socks to keep your toes warm during these cold winter days.

  • Flatlander (Linda):

    They are beautiful!! You have inspired me to try knitting socks … I have a lesson scheduled at my local yarn store … can’t wait!! Ahhhhh, another “addiction”……………

  • Great finish, Mary!

    I like the wide stripes, too. I may have to enhance my sock yarn stash.

  • Great job on the strips. I’m gonna have to bring out the needles and start a new pair of socks soon. Thanks for the incentive.

  • I love with colors and wide stripes. Question: did you need to get new shoes to fit hand knit socks? Or do do u only wear them around the house?

  • Thanks Mary, I went to the website and bought enough yarn for free shipping! Yikes, some knitting ahead of me!

  • I like the wide stripes and colors! The weight of the socks looks nice too. I don’t like thick socks, just warm socks! :o)… I know someday I’m going to succumb to knitting socks. In the meantime I sure enjoy looking at your sock projects.

  • Very nice! I knit my socks 1 at a time on DPN’s, but save the toes and weaving the ends to do together. Nothing like putting on a new pair of hand-knit socks! Paton’s Kroy also has a wide stripping sock yarn that I like very much! I find the colors add interest when you are knitting! Cheers! Evelyn

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