Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Diagonal cross-rib socks

7 Days5: - Fool

I knew it - I'm such a fool to believe that it's warm enough to knit outside... After 5 minutes I had to put my mittens back on and let the sock wait until we went inside again...

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And the sock was the second of a pair I started back in November! It have been laying in my basket making me get a bad conscience every time I started a new project... But now they are done, and I just love them :)

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Pattern: Diagonal cross-rib socks by Ann Budd from Favorite Socks.
Yarn: 100 g ONline Supersocke 100 Holiday Color # 998.
Needles: 2 mm.

23 comments:

  1. Beautiful.
    I love knitting socks, but rarely find myself making them for me.
    Hope you find weather kind enough to allow outdoor knitting soon.

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  2. Så fine sokker du har strikket. :)

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  3. ur socks are very pretty, so colorful, just the thing we all need right now, since it's all grey outside. Is it normal for you to have so much snow at this time of year? Not even we here have anything left. The grass started to grow this week, and it's raining. So no bad feelings about being inside and knit.
    We all have those projects which take a little longer and make us feel bad. We all get over it too! :o)

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  4. Det så kaldt ut med den snø-strikkinga. Godt du har varme sokker i allefall:-) Fine knalle farger! Ha en fin vårlig uke!

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  5. Flotte sokker! Snart er det nok varmt nok til å sitte ute og strikke igjen, vi får bare holde ut.

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  6. Flotte sokker med virkelig spreke farger!! Gleder meg til deg går an å sitte ute å strikke igjen:)

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  7. Jättefina sockor! Jag har den boken så jag ska testa dem längre fram.
    Var rädd om händerna när du stickar utomhus - men det låtr väldigt mysigt.

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  8. Those are very pretty! brr....! I can't imagine knitting in the cold! :)

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  9. Beautiful! I tried to knit this pattern once but failed miserably (size issues). You make me want to try again!

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  10. I love the socks too. The gauge looks so fine. Wool sock weather is finished here, so I'm having to decide what projects I want to work on now.

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  11. Så herlige farger du har valgt til sokkene dine - de er til å bli skikkelig glad av. Strikkebildet ditt er kjempeflott forresten. Det er kjekt å få et strikke-stemnings-rapport-bilde :-)

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  12. Hei. Fine dukkeklær, det blir populært ja :-)
    Stilige sokker også, fint mønster !
    Ønsker deg og dine ei riktig god påske !!!!

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  13. har ikkje prøvd å strikke ute endå og hos deg såg det iallfall for kaldt ut.Heldivis er snøen vekke her så om ikkje så lenge skal det nok bli utestrikking ! Fine fargar på sokkane dine !

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  14. I use to worry about all the project I started and were sitting in a basket wait. Know I they all get done or frogged.
    Love the socks!

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  15. Beautiful socks!

    I can't believe there is still snow with you. We have had a few days of warm weather: almost 20 degrees Celcius!

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  16. Skikkelig fine sokker :)

    Ha en god påske!

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  17. Flotte sokker! Ønsker deg og dine en riktig God Påske.

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  18. These are fab1 How on earth did you manage to get them to match so well! :D

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  19. Fantastic socks! BTW, I just finished reading The History of Love and found it a wonderful read :)

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  20. Gorgeous socks! The colors are so beautiful! I too love to knit outdoors in the winter if it isn't too freezing.
    ~Emily xx

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