Wednesday, August 20, 2008



Actually I finished this on Sunday and was doing kitchener stitch on the toes of the second sock by the time we received our Olympic Medal after a drought of 48 years.

The first sock was done awhile ago but the second took a bit of time. So what could be more apt than to put this up for Ravelympics 2008? Of course after I finished Ester, I was all ready to finish more projects! I zipped through this with turning the heel on friday while watching the Table Tennis Women's Team Semi-Finals. And the rest of the leg and toes while waiting for and watching the Finals on Sunday. The Semi-Finals was such an exciting match I had to stop a few times for fear of breaking my needles. And the finals? Well it was such a good match I did stop and watch in awe many times~!

The silly thing is, I realized this wasn't tagged for Ravelympics after all!! For some reason, it was just not tagged and I just thought it was. Much to my disappointment, of course. Sigh. :( But in a way I'm quite glad since I got to finish another project.

Cotton in Regia Surf Color, using the Eyelet Bar stitch Pattern with Narrow Heel in Charlene Schurch's More Sensational Knitted Socks. Needles were 2.25mm Ebony Sox Stix.


Yvette said...

These are so lovely and your Ester is coming along beautifully. I haven't finished anything in sooo long and am hankering for a nice FO.

Susan said...

I'm the same. I'm living vicariously off your FOs. Love these colors. The pattern looks comfortable, nice and cushy.

Piggilicious said...

Wow! I love the colors of those socks, they have all of my favorite colors combined into one piece of happiness.

So how do they feel being worn? I knitted a bit with cotton and was a little disappointed at the lack of ... pulliness. I'm sure there's a better word for it though. But do those socks feel snug and holding up?

Thanks for your time!