First Toe Up Socks done

1st toe up socks

This is Sandy wearing the first ever, toe-up socks I have ever knitted that I liked.  Look at them closely.  The one on the left was started with 6 cast on stitches and the one on the right with 8 cast on stitches.  Otherwise, both used size 2 needles.  Odd, really, how different the patterning on the foot looks.  Still, she can tell which is for which foot when she wears them. 🙂

The colors in this picture are pretty close to actual, and I love them.  I may have to get another skein from Gynx Yarn (her “Fairy” colorway on the strong sock base) since I had really wanted socks out of this color.  Next time, I won’t knit the foot so long so I can keep them.

Next time they will be worn by her will be in Alaska at the Musk Ox Farm in Palmer.  Cool!!

4 Responses

  1. Cheryl Says:

    Great job! I’d love to see how the heel looks too. 😀

  2. DelightedHands Says:

    Congratulations! They are beautiful! Yes, buy another skein and get to work on a pair for you…just in time for Fall.

  3. Dixie Lawyer Says:

    I have never finished a “pair” of socks. I tend to get bored too soon…have to figure out how to do 2 at a time! 🙂 These are SO PRETTY! I LOVE them. What pattern did you use?


  4. Tina Job Says:

    They look great! I tend to do 2 socks at once on two different pairs of dpn’s, (I think they call that tandem knitting) that way I knit a little on one sock and a little on the other sock. It is the only way I can make them match!

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