Tag: Herringbone Rib Sock

Aug 13

A Travelling Knitter

I’ve been away for a bit, but you probably gathered that with the gap in posts.  That, of course, does not mean I have not been doing something or other with yarn.  I brought the Herringbone Rib socks with me to San Diego; there was plenty of down time during the conference to work on …

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Aug 01

Too Much of a Good Thing

I guess that applies to knitting as well.  I’ve been doing a ton of knitting this past week, trying to get the Log Cabin Baby Blanket done before I leave town for a conference.  (It is too big of a project to pack in my luggage, unless I want to wear the same clothes for …

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Jul 21

Sock Success!

I’m so proud of myself…I successfully completed my first knitted sock, kitchener stitch and all!  And here is the result… As you can see, it’s a little on the short side, but as I mentioned before, I was concerned about it fitting any higher on my calf, so this works just fine.  Plus, it meant …

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Jul 19

Back to Socks

Well, the Aragon Tunic is mostly done.   All the crocheting is at any rate.  I still need to sew the ribbon to the inside of the belt, add the snap, and sew on the decorative button.  Probably not going to happen tonight, however, since it is already 11:30. After wrapping up the last of the …

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Jul 12

In the Meantime…

I needed something to keep my hands busy while I block the Aragon Tunic, so I cast on to the Herringbone Rib Socks.  I know I should be working on those lace stockings, but I decided to frog the progress I had made on the first one.  My cables were going the wrong way, and …

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