Warm and Wild Yarns

A blog to show pcis of my yarn adventures and supplies.

Monday, October 02, 2006

More patterns that have kept me busy.

This is a set of sock that are from my No Matter The Yarn- No Matter The Size Pattern. This shows how the same stitch count can make different size socks depending on the yarn and gauge you work.This shows Fingering, Sport and worsted weight ayrns all worked withthe same number of stitches and rows. The socks range from Infant to men's in this pattern that will also be in book #2. This is my Cotton With A Twist sock. It was knit using Patons Blu Jean cotton yarn that is dyed with Indigo for the Ribbing, Heel and Toe of the sock.
You can see the detail of the traveling stitches in the cuff better in the second picture and there are twisted stitches in the heel to give it added durability and a touch of class. These would be great with a pair of denim capri's to show off yor talent.

This pair of socks is the result of one of my dye your own sock yarn classes. We had a very adventerous group in this class as you can tell by the colors that were chosen. I will post pictures of a couple other socks from different dye classes so you can see the various choices you have when you do it yourself. This is fun to do and compare what everyone does in the class.
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