Now that it has been received
, I can finally post about a little something something I made for the winner of my 2009 (!!) blogthday competition! (I know, I know, but I explained all to the recipient Sarah
Pattern: Anniversary Socks
by Nancy Bush, from Interweave’s 25 Favourite Socks book. I’m a big fan of socks with patterning on only the front or back (especially for magic looping) and of course being a prize for my blog anniversary, I thought this pattern especially fitting.
I really like how the small cable flows from the ribbing all the way down the leg and foot of the sock. I also like the combination of the cable and lace patterning. And the eye of partridge heel. Looks so good in this yarn (hmmm, better than in the picture!)
Yarn: Wollemeise Twin (80/20) in Dunkle Kirsch, about 85gm I think. I forgot to weigh the socks! These are the first socks I’ve knit (and finished) in the Wollemeise and gosh it is lovely stuff. Love knitting with it, love the stitch definition, love the finished product. It is a tad splitty, but I’ve found one of the benefits of being a slow knitter is that this isn’t so much of an issue!
Sticks: 2.5mm KnitPicks Harmony fixed circulars.
31 August 2009 (yes, the day before my Week of Wollmeise
!) – 11 December 2010 (um, it took me a while to block and post them to Sarah – my excuse was I wanted to avoid posting during the christmas rush!). I had a bit of a break in the middle there due to my pregnancy induced Wollmeise aversion – luckily for me, Sarah was very understanding of the delays!