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

1 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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