Monday, September 01, 2008

Masters Monday - 2.31

The argyle section of the Level II sock is done and all those fiddly ends are sewn in (except the beginning and ending tails which I may end up needing).



With this section pinned to exact size and blocking, I'll next be duplicate stitching the contrasting lines and then joining those two small sections still on stitch holders to start knitting the heel.

5 comments:

lookinout said...

That's really pretty. I assume you use rust-proof pins. I haven't done any serious pinned-out blocking yet. I must knit more forgiving things.
Gillian

Ruinwen said...

Wow that sock is looking fabulous! :)

AlisonH said...

The big 1950's fad. Argyle socks. My mom knitted some for my dad when they were dating, and she was much more a crocheter than a knitter at the time.

Maggie Ann said...

ooh la la thats pretty! My friend knit her husband a pair of socks...he got one at Christmas the one year, and the mate the Christmas following. And they weren't argyle either! It must be a proud moment in time to accomplish that...way to go!

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