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Monday, August 07, 2006


Monica here. I started my sock too. I usually skip right over sock patterns without pictures, so I thought this would be interesting and fun. I didn't even look at the patterns before choosing. I just clicked on the link, closed my eyes and pointed to one on the screen. It might as well be a true mystery. Anyway, the sock I am knitting is Judy Passman's Lacy Sock I am knitting it in Mountain Colors Bearfoot. It is a super simple lace pattern. The pattern calls for LP Superwash, but I didn't want a worsted wt sock, so I am using the bearfoot and just adjusted the # of stitches cast on.
Happy knitting all.

3 Comments:

  • This one was in a bunch I printed off. Still to choose yet.

    Shona

    By Blogger gourdongirl, at 11:52 AM  

  • Closing your eyes and just picking is true mystery style!

    By Blogger msubulldog, at 2:42 PM  

  • Georgeous yarn! Wow...I don't think you could screw that up even though you choose so completely at random. I at least have an idea of what to expect!

    By Anonymous Beverly, at 8:04 PM  

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