Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Hand Knit Finish - Hermione Everyday Socks

Wow everyone, I have managed to get another post up on my blog! After being away from blogging for so long I have a few things to share over the next few weeks. While I was away, my stitching bug was absent for a bit, but I did do some crafting in the form of knitting. Go check out my blog post on these Hermione Everyday Socks, which includes a link to the free pattern!! Click Here



14 comments:

  1. You did a fantastic job with these darling socks. --Andrea

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    1. Thanks so much for our comment. They were so fun to knit, I actually cast on another pair in lavender yesterday. Opps

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  2. Love these socks, beautiful job!

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    1. Thanks so much for your comment. I am so enjoying knitting socks. They are a nice portable project and knit up pretty quickly.

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  3. Congrats on the finish. They are beautiful.

    Linda

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    1. Thanks so much for your comment Linda. I am working towards having a nice collection of hand knit socks for the Winter

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    1. Thanks so much for your comment. The yarn these are knit with really added to the effect with these socks

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  5. WOW I envy anyone that can knit socks. I've just tried my hand at crocheting a beanie and it was woeful. I think I will stick to cross stitching LOL!
    xo Alicia

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    1. Thanks so much for your comment Alicia. I bet the beanie wasn't as bad as you thinking. Anyway it's all about practice, I had to rip back my first pair of socks about 10 times before I got it right. The second pair had a 4 row repeating pattern and I got confused so many times and had to rip and re-do. I still managed to make a pretty big mistake on the toe of that second pair but they are still wearable. Every mistake is an opportunity to learn something new for the next time.

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  6. I love the socks. I am envious of those who can great such beautiful knitting. It takes such patience and skill.

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  7. Ooohhh, they look wonderful! Great job :D

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