Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Swamp Thing Socks

Swamp Thing Socks

Swamp Thing Socks

Swamp Thing Socks

Swamp Thing Socks

I love these socks. Everything about them is happy. From easyknitter's yarn stall at IKnit 2007 with free gingerbread men giveaways to the great colourway name and the way in which the pattern provides lots of toe wiggling room, every aspect was straightforward, generous, and did what it said on the tin.

I have only very recently come to sock knitting. One of these socks was the first sock I ever made. I like being a swamp thing while wearing them. They are perfect for stubbed-toe recuperation.

Pattern: A Pair of Socks (ravelry link) by Ann Budd
Yarn: Easy Knits Blue-Faced Leicester; 1 skein, 100g, 330.0 yards (301.8m)
Colourway: Swamp Thing
Needles: 3.25 mm

2 comments:

Edgar Crook said...

Nice socks indeed, love the colour.

Penny said...

Yes, the colour is lovely, and the pattern is just right for them.