Cozy

As the temperature drops, I’ve squeaked in with another finish for the Q3 finish-a-long (original list here). Socks for me are a long term project for otherwise idle moments, and these ones turned out great. The pattern is from Eclectic Sole, a book from my local library, and the first time I have tried two-colour socks.

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But not the last. The double thickness on the sole feels wonderful and is truly cozy. The yarn is a merino blend left over from a sweater I crocheted about 25 years ago (other leftovers were used for this hat–Slow Stitching . If you have a ravelry account, my project notes are here.

Other finishes this quarter:
warm weather skirt
weathervane quilt
bike shorts

Linking up to the global hosts for the Finish-A-Long.

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6 comments

  1. Hi Lisa! Those socks are so pretty – I love that color combination. Plus the timing for their completion couldn’t be any better. I pulled out socks from my drawer just last weekend for the first time. No more sandals or little golf socks – waaaa! ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. Yes, we are into frosty nights now although the daytime temperatures are still quite nice. I need to dig through my sock yarn leftovers to find another set of colours, I think.

      On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 10:24 AM Lisa in Port Hope wrote:

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  2. Jannette B. · · Reply

    Ooh… Those socks look so cozy – and the merino should keep your feet toasty and warm!

    1. Wool is definitely the best for socks!

      On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 10:40 AM Lisa in Port Hope wrote:

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  3. Lovely socks! I like this 2 colour pattern, especially as the sole is double – a great idea. I’m envious of your heel shaping; mine always turn out with big gaps!

    1. Thank you, what I do is twist the stitch when adding the wrap back in on the second half of the heel by knitting through the back or purling through the front to tighten it up.

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      On Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 3:20 AM Lisa in Port Hope wrote:

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