Category Archives: Regia

Episode 17: Sock Yarn and the Sweater Matrix

Hey everyone! Welcome to Episode 17 of the podcast! In this episode, I talk sock yarn–come on over and continue the discussion in our Ravelry group!–the Matrix effect in my Ella Cardigan, Laine Magazine, and GIVEAWAYS! Wa hoo! Thanks for … Continue reading

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Turning the Second Heel: WIP Update Regia Socks

Hey there knitters! I’m writing with an update on the Regia sock WIP! And, as you can tell, I’m kind of excited.   I’m using Susan B. Anderson’s How I Make My Socks pattern. And I got some quick tips … Continue reading

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Fair-Isle the Easy Way

Been wiping out the WIP: self-striping socks thee past couple of days and I’m happy to report that this whole Regia yarn thing seems to be working! The only question now is which sock pattern(s) to rely on and whether … Continue reading

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Self-Striping Socks

After finishing the blanket (pictures to come!), I find myself drawn to the smaller projects: mittens, hats, and, of course, some socks. You know, something that will be finished before 5 months or a year goes by . . . … Continue reading

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