Friday, October 2, 2009

Wow It's Been a While

I've been doing some secret knitting and now that my friend Nicole has them, I can show you the socks I've been working on.


It is a cool bubble pattern in her favorite color, orange (with a little yellow thrown in for good measure). Aren't they pretty? They will certainly brighten up a cold, dreary winter's day. The yarn is a blend of silk, wool and bamboo that was so easy to knit with and they are very soft and squishy.

I loved the pattern so much, that I'm working on a pair for me. The colorway is called Watermelon and you can't really tell from the picture, but it has little black spots in it to resemble the seeds. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I have enough yarn to finish them as this pattern eats it up quickly.


I have finished one other project, the mitered squares scarf. The picture is kind of washed out, the colors are dark and fall like and I can't wait to wear it.


I do have some scrapbooking things to post, but I'll leave those for tomorrow.

7 comments:

Lynne said...

Beautiful socks! Love the watermelon yarn. One of these days I think I might learn how to knit something other than a rectangle. I need a knitting friend to sit down with.

Marie Levite said...

Oh my gosh! Those socks are beautiful and that color!?! Love them. Do you sell them? Knitting is one of those crafts I've never mastered.

M-C said...

I love those socks. I do knit weaters and stuff, but I've never done socks. I'm not sure that I know anyone that would take care of them well enough to warrant all that hard work! The watermelon ones are goinf to be great! Hope you have enough wool!

Nicole Maki said...

Thank you so much, Cathy.

I am head over heels in love with my brilliant orange socks. They are so soft and wonderful. I especially love how much care and time goes into making them. I am now the proud owner of two pairs (one from a friend two years ago) and I treat them like the precious treasure they are.

Barbara said...

LOVE that color!! Those are so inviting to cold tootsies!! Nicole is one lucky gal to be able to wear these in those cold wintery days of Utah. =) What a sweetie you are!!

Kathy said...

Your knitting is amazing! Bubble pattern perfect for those colorways. I also like you Christmas cards that you are teaching. Simple and adorable

rosine said...

I LOVE your socks, amazing!
a bientot