Friday, November 7, 2008
This is a cropped halter top I designed in Crystal Palace's
Summer Net yarn. I love to work with Summer
Net, as well as Big Net.
Close up of front neck.
My first pair of socks! I knit them on 2 circulars
using Ann Norling's "Adult Sock Pattern." I found
the pattern to be easy to follow. I used cable cast
on for the top and decided it's just not stretchy enough
for me to make socks that go further up my calf.
The yarn I used is Cleckheaton Country Naturals
8-ply. It was lovely to work with and has yielded
a sock that is warm and comfortable. I would
use it again for other projects.
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