Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Spring Socks

Just in the nick of time, my plain stockinette stitch socks are done.
Yarn was Imagine Knit Sock Yarn in "Longing for Spring"
100% Superwash Merino Wool
Fingering weight
Needles Knit Picks nickle plated sock needles
Size 2 and 1
Pattern was from The Knitters Handy Book of Patterns by Ann Budd.


A slipped stitched heel flap is very pretty in this I think.


They're not blocked but they are done. Whew! I love how these turned out and they are super comfy, soft and hug my feet. On to something new!

6 comments:

saunaknitter said...

You finished! I love these socks.

Wendy said...

I love your socks. Fun colors. What's next to knit on your list?

Cathy said...

Inspiring! I really need to try socks one of these days. I love the colors in these.

Rani said...

Blocked schmocked! They look great - and they brighten up this yucky long spring.

The yarn is gorgeous! So many colors- you are quite talented.

yer old lady said...

ooooh they turned out nice! they look so soft too!

incaknits said...

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