Tag Archives: Socks

Horcurx Socks, just in time for a blizzard!

As an antidote to the year+-long project that was Emily and Dale’s blanket, I’m whipping through some smaller projects now.  I recently finished a baby sweater for some friends who are due at the end of the month with their … Continue reading

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Belated: Swap Gift, part two

Ribbed tube socks.  A friend pointed out that tube socks are outgrown slower than socks with a defined heel, so I figured these would be a good choice for a fast-growing toddler:

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Baby Socks

Well, it’s fall again,  There is a lovely crispness to the air, and it’s time to pull out the baby woolens.  I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I was hoping to make Jesse some socks for this winter.  … Continue reading

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Interview with Asher Kaboth: Twisted Stitch Socks

This is the first part of an occasional series of interviews with other knitters.  Asher Kaboth is a physics grad student and designer of the change ringing scarf pattern A Scarf of Cambridge Major, also seen on the Yarn Harlot’s … Continue reading

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New (to me) heel technique

So, I feel like I’m quite late to the game, since the internet is teeming with tutorials on the subject, but I have just today discovered what may be my new favorite knitting technique:  the peasant heel.   The Knitting Fiend … Continue reading

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Socks

First of all, sorry it’s been so long since I’ve updated.   I’ve had a lot going on the last few weeks.  After getting about halfway done with my February Lady Sweater, it had to go into hibernation mode because … Continue reading

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