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Monday, August 14, 2006

I've finished one of Viv's Lacy Socks, and it seems to have turned out reasonably well. I have to say, after seeing pictures of the Aran Braid socks, I almost wish I'd done those instead!

The pattern is relatively simple, although the first read-through was a little confusing. I changed the heel to make it a reinforced heel, but I did keep the toe. It's quite possibly the longest toe I've ever knit - I think I prefer a shorter one. All in all, a cute little pattern, but probably not memorable enough to make a second pair from.


  • I really like the lacy-ness, but, yes that does look like the longest toe ever knit . . . wow. :)

    By Blogger msubulldog, at 9:55 PM  

  • I like them. The yarn is pretty and shows off the lacy pattern. I'd make them - with less ribbing and a shorter toe! :)

    By Blogger Bridget, at 6:24 AM  

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