Friday, February 29, 2008

One down. One to go.

TH's first sock is done. One can learn so much from each sock they knit. This time I made some modifications from the original pattern...

1) I’m doing these toe-up following Wendy's Generic Toe-Up detailed sock pattern.
2) I CO 60 sts with US 1.5 DPNs and did a short row toe.
3) Then followed the Thuja patten: K the entire 1st row. For the 2nd row, K4, P1 over 30 sts and K the other 30. Rotate.
4) Did a short row heel so that the pattern on the 30 sts is on the front/top of the sock.
5) Did the pattern around the leg.
6) I switched to a smaller size needle for the cuff (US 1).
7) Finished with the EZ sewn BO.

Luckily, TH and I have similar sized feet so I can model them for ya'll. Off to start sock #2.

7 comments:

Faith! said...

I LOVE the thuja pattern! It's easy but looks kind of classy, you know? Well done! Good luck with the second one.

a friend to knit with said...

thuja is a great pattern.
lovely job!

Ruth said...

It's looking great! Now you have to do the second one. I don't know about you, but second sock syndrome drives me nutso. I knit it, but I complain the entire time. ;-)

Jennifer said...

Very nice...so classy! they look cozy too.

Jill said...

those are awesome! they fit perfectly. can't wait to see the second one!

Jenny said...

I really like the color way. Oh la la.

African Kelli said...

Nice job!