Thursday, January 14, 2010

Knitting socks with Penny


Even though we're states apart, Penny and I are going to do a sock knit-along together again. Penny suggested we do a modified version of the Sock KAL that the Yarn Harlot came up with. In Penny's version we only knit 6 pairs of socks in a year. That's one sock per month. And the way to play is to select 6 skeins of sock yarn from one's stash (see above picture of my chosen sock yarns) and six sock patterns to pair with the yarn. Place skeins of yarn in a pillow case and grab - without looking - a skein to knit every other month.

I selected yarn and patterns, then had Joan pull from the bag. She pulled out the ivory Trekking sock yarn and I'm making the Gansey Socks from KnitPicks.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Wool Winder said...

Sounds like fun. One sock a month should be doable, unless you are like me, of course. I have a pair of socks that have been on my needles since the fall. One day I'll have time to finish them.

8:25 AM  

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