Knit and That


I became a Ravelry member last June and didn’t do too much with it for awhile. Little did I know how much enjoyment I would derive from this site! Once I delved in, I was delighted to be able to catalog all the knitting odds and ends I had left all over the place. Adding patterns to my Ravelry queue is my current favorite (like I’m really going to knit all that stuff this year LOL). I just have to say I’m hooked and was a little PO’ed yesterday when I had to switch over to work for awhile…

Speaking of working from home, that is now possible again thanks to hooking up with Verizon. Our previous internet provider failed to provide reliable internet access and I moved to greener pastures. Conducted my phone interviews yesterday without any internet gags hiccups. This made me so happy I had to finish my first RPM sock for the Sock-A-Month5 KAL! Here it is:

I usually knit on size 2 DPN’s but despite swatching, my last socks (Monkeys) came out disastrously baggy around the heel area. I went down to size 1’s and the RPM sock fits perfectly! It’s in Socks That Rock (Lucy colorway). Gotta love that yarn!

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3 Responses

  1. Awesome sockies! All that phone time is great for knitting ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Those socks look great! The Lucy colorway was the perfect choice.

  3. The socks are so great!! I just love that colorway. It’s one of my faves from Blue Moon. I must say I agree with you about adding things to my ravelry queue. I think I may go through and just favorite some of those and really use it has a queue instead of a place to keep all the patterns I like. ๐Ÿ™‚

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