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Tuesday, September 19, 2006


The Holey Socks were completed Sunday night to much fanfare; you can check out the finished product on my blog here. They were knit on size US1 dpns using the now discontinued KnitPicks Sock Landscape in the Tropical Sunrise colorway. I had to modify the pattern a bit to go with my gauge: I added one pattern repeat, forcing me to do my own math on the heel and whatnot, but I think I'm getting better at this.

I've really enjoyed this KAL. While the pattern wasn't one of my favorites, I've become much more comfortable with picking patterns without photos and on making adjustments if the need arises. The socks themselves go into my holiday gift cache and are earmarked for someone on Boy's side of the family with slightly bigger feet than me.


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