Sock Progress report

We’ve been knitting along on our socks for a week now. We have slow starters and speedy knitters. We have socks!!

Tina, Store Manager
Tina, Store Manager
Lacey Dragonfly
Lacey Dragonfly

 

Tina chose to work a pattern on her sock, and it is the lovely, lacy, Dragonfly Socks. Here’s her report:

Chose the Dragonfly Socks from Cavyshops.com. Pattern was written as top down, so inverted dragonfly pattern to work as toe up. Have about 1-1/2 to 2” before beginning heel. Here is where tiny feet would be a plus!”

Courtney, Order Fulfillment & Store
Courtney, Order Fulfillment & Store
Sock number two
Sock number two

 

Courtney is already on her second sock! This is what she’s shared with us.

When moving from short rows of toe and heel I needed to pick up stitches to avoid getting a hole. I just knit the picked up stitch together with another on the next row.”

 

Kjirstine, Customer Service Manager
Kjirstine, Customer Service Manager
Added a little cable!
Added a little cable!

 

Kjirstine is ready to start the heel.

“This is when having big feet is a disadvantage. I finally finished the 8.25” for my foot and I am ready for the heel. I am incorporating the pattern Socks on a PlaneWhite socks seemed too boring, so a little cable twist gives me more to think about.”

 

Melissa, Social Media
Melissa, Social Media
Ready to cast on
Ready to cast on

 

Melissa is enjoying some time away with her family, but she plans to start soon.

She says “ I’m on vacation and then casting on.   Since I”m working worsted I think I”ll finish no problem during the KAL.”

Kelley, Owner of Alpaca Direct
Kelley, Owner of Alpaca Direct
Which heel to choose?
Which heel to choose?

 

Kelley is also ready to do her heel! Her update is:

 I am ready to turn my heels. I am not sure if I will do the short row heel or pick another heel from a different pattern. I decided to do a pattern on the top of my socks. It is a broken rib pattern which has a 2 stitch repeat + 1. Row 1 – knit across row. Row 2 – P1 K1, P1 across row.”

Hope you are knitting along with us and we’d love to see your progress on our Ravelry Thread or find us on Facebook and Pinterest.

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