Sock Aspirations

While I’m working on my knitted cowls and caps (discovering that I can’t consistently count to 5 or 6 for knitting or purling), I’m hanging out with a group of accomplished knitters who know what they are doing. From my skill level, knitting socks looks and sounds like rocket science. I’ll have to learn to count before I attempt anything like these.

Socks from knitters at Ply! Yarn Shop in Wimberley, Texas

Socks from knitters at Ply! Yarn Shop in Wimberley, Texas

One thought on “Sock Aspirations

  1. These are great. I never got beyond the straight-row scarf level [I once made one that rivaled Dr. Who’s in length]. I gave up and went to crochet instead and did make some nice things until I moved from the desert to the midwest. The humidity made yarn or floss stick to my hands and it was so irritating that I gradually quit. Now I’m in Tx and the humidity is even worse. I still have my needles and hooks — what do you think, should I try again?

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