Category Archives: self-striping

Drying (Amy’s) Socks

I’m happy to say that Amy’s socks are complete and super cute! (Hi Amy!) That makes for 5 pairs of socks this year (about 4 in the past 3 months)–I think that’s a pretty steady output. I feel confident enough … Continue reading

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Finished Objects Coming Attcha!

Happy Tuesday! Finally some Finished Objects, instead of WIPs or UFOs . . . First, the Love Tangle Blanket:   Next, the Regia Self-Patterning Socks:   I will admit to loving the picture of the sock bottoms with S’s face … 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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