Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Cabled Socks

I finally remembered to take photos of my cabeled socks and then remembered to bring the camera in. These are cabeled socks from the Spin Off Socks books. I used our shades roving, split it in half lengthwise and spun each half separetly. I then knit the socks as singles toe-up. I'm really pleased with how they came out.

I'll have them with me in out tent at all of our Spring shows, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massacusetts.

I'm really looking forward to show season this year.

Tim roo'ed the Soay sheep this past week and it is incredibly fine- I'm looking forward to spinning some of that soon! The weather has been so beautiful lately, I've been trying to get out of the house more. The boys and I have begun geocaching and have been pretty sucessful at getting the cache. Here they are with their first find.


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Ruth.... said...

Hello...just fell into your blog..not sure how. I clicked into a 'spinning' link and went to a list of blogs with a spinning interest. While I was here I admired your cute socks...not to mention those handsome young blokes! All the best with your spinning and fibre arts...Ruth from Melbourne, Australia.

Barbara said...

Love those socks! Awesome. Are they your own pattern?

You should definitely write more. Sounds like you'd have plenty of interesting stories to share. I found it hard to find time to blog but I'm getting better at it.
I raise sheep and angora rabbits. I bought my first wheel before Christmas. All that's left is learning to use it! LOL

babelouise said...

Oh!!! BEAUTIFUL socks!!!
Is it hard to knit socks?