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Kerry's picture

Just off the needles, the Twisted Stitch sock from The Knitting Man(ual) by Kristin Spurkland. The yarn is a superwash sock fine fingering weight with a tight twist from Brooklyn Handspun in a subtle solid, Daily Denim. A delight to knit with. Needles were 2.5mm dpns.

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Kerry's picture

Thanks guys for your kind

Thanks guys for your kind and supportive comments, what a great bunch of people on this site.

V's picture

Nice pattern, great sock and

Nice pattern, great sock and color!

kiwiknitter's picture

Very, very beautiful! Well

Very, very beautiful! Well done, Kerry!

Knit like the wind!

scottly's picture

Very cool. I've been looking

Very cool. I've been looking at that pattern but it's intimidating for sock newbie.

Scott

Aaronknits's picture

Very nice! This pattern is

Very nice! This pattern is on my list. I've already picked out the yarn too. Just need to actually complete one or two other projects before I start another!

Asbjörn's picture

They look so comfortable,

They look so comfortable, and the construction looks superb. I really need to get over my DPNphobia.
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MMario's picture

I have to admire you guys

I have to admire you guys who knit socks - my feet destroy socks - so I have a real reluctance to spend the energy knitting something I'll be afraid to wear because it would destroy it!

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!
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Aaronknits's picture

You sure that's not because

You sure that's not because of all the 15th and 19th century footwear?

crmartin's picture

Stainless Steel yarn? Randy

Stainless Steel yarn?

Randy

teejtc's picture

I don't know if you were

I don't know if you were joking or not... but...

http://www.knit-purl.com/Products/Product.php?Product_ID=50

I know it's intended for shape-able fabrics, but... sounds uncomfortable to me...

Grace and Peace,
`tim

crmartin's picture

Yea, I was only joking.

Yea, I was only joking. ;-)

Randy

MMario's picture

It's a thought - but would

It's a thought - but would they be comfortable?
MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MMarioKKnits/

albert's picture

Beautifully done! Tempts me

Beautifully done! Tempts me to do some textural knitting- that pattern would look great on a sweater.

QueerJoe's picture

I love that sock pattern.

I love that sock pattern. The Knitting Man(ual) has some good patterns, but this has been my favorite so far.

I did a version of those socks in a Trekking tweedy yarn and they came out great. I'll try to post a picture, but my luck with that feature hasn't always been that good.

I would warn folks that knit tightly that the twisted stitch could create a tighter gauge fabric than Kristin calls for, but Kerry didn't seem to have that problem.
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Here's a link in case the picture never shows up:

http://bp2.blogger.com/_DSaJQQIrrtU/RwAE1Y8Xj2I/AAAAAAAABQ4/uemNZT5BXMs/s1600-h/Trekker+09-30-07.jpg

purlyman's picture

Those are great!! I did the

Those are great!! I did the hiking socks from the same book and was also eye-ing that pattern. They came out beautifully! Nice job.

crmartin's picture

Very nice! They look sooo

Very nice! They look sooo comfy. I really like the pattern.

Randy

jbbw's picture

The new socks look great.

The new socks look great. Just in time for sandal weather.