FO: Rocket Ship Socks

I mentioned these socks in Episode 8 of the podcast, where I discussed the intentional color-pooling experiment that is central to these socks. The base pattern is a play on Susan B. Anderson’s “How I Make My Socks” to which I added ribbing, contrasting heels and toes, and a larger cast-on number of stitches for bigger feet. The socks are knit out of Miss Babs 2-ply Yummy in the “Rockteship” colorway for my dear, bus-renovator, Spencer. The heels and toes are the “Lagoon” colorway from Knitting in France–a new to me indie dyer that I love very, very much. And I was so intrigued by the colorplay between these two colorways. Here are tons of pictures from all sides so that you can check out the pooling.



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7 Responses to FO: Rocket Ship Socks

  1. metaspencer says:


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  2. Beautiful socks!! That yarn is fabulous:)

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  3. Lovely. I like the subtle colour difference at the toe and gusset. Bravo!

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  4. How cool! In the last photo, the stripes on the legs of the two socks actually seem to line up and form one continuous pattern… Awesome!

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  5. Sheri Ahner says:


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