Socks galore

Between August 2018 and January 2019 knitting socks has become one of my ‘keeping my hands busy while watching tv’ projects. I ended up with 27 new pairs (I forgot to take a picture of # 27, they’re plain dark blue and were given to my mum).

With a total of 50 pairs to date, I’m still not fully through my stash – there were a few additional balls that fell into my shopping basket. Happens to me a lot. 😉 The next couple of designs from my booklet are on their way now.

Italia (from left to right: Cortina, Vulcano 1, Vulcano 2, Garda, Vulcano 3)

Trip around the world(s) (from left to right: Caribbean, Tierra del Fuego, Lapland, Discworld, Sahara)

Red & Grey (from left to right: Strawberry, Autumn Dreams, Autumn Sun, Agate, December)

From my design booklet (from left to right: Olivine 1, Olivine 2, Winter, Cubist 3, Petrol)

Tutti Frutti (from left to right: Papaya, Watermelon, Kiwi) (72 % cotton, 18 % polyamide, 10 % polyester)

Night & Day (from left to right: Night & Day 1, 2, and 3)

9 thoughts on “Socks galore

  1. I’m impressed! My last pair of socks was knitted 18 years ago, for my then two years old daughter. Or … wait, I knitted a grown up pair some 12-13 years ago. Still, might be time to have another go?

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  2. You definitely like to keep your hands busy while watching tv! So many colors too, do you look at yarn and wonder how it will pattern knitting a sock, and that determines whether it jumps into your shopping bag?😉 Looking at these just makes me happy!

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    • Most of the balls have a small sample picture on it so I don’t have to wonder too much. 🙂 If I had my way, I’d buy one ball of each and every colour. Fotunately, my funds are limited. 🙂

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  3. They’re all gorgeous, but my absolute favourite pair is Vulcano 2, closely followed by Night and Day 2. Lovely to see them all en masse like this; I can only imagine the party that happens in your shoes every day 🙂

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