Noro Kureyon Sock

Crafty Andy's picture

What a great experience it has been to make my own socks. I had to modified the original pattern a bit, just because it is a bigger pattern. The pattern was for 64 stst and I did 72, because my feet are big and I knit tight. The Kitchener stitch ended up with 10 stitches on each side instead of 8, and I did two double decreases which the pattern does not call for. In the end the sock is about 90 percent a copy of the pattern suggested by Nenah Galati. I did have the opportunity to watch the DVD two or three times as I was turning the heel, and doing the toe decreases. Nothing like having a teacher in your living room. I started the second sock right away, because I know how hard it is for some people. A personal Thank You to Bill Jones for his encouragement and thoughts about the legth of the sock before starting the decreases. I also want to thank Wendy who is an insipration when it comes to Knitting socks Wendy's Blog

I used Nenah Galati' Sock 1. After I am done with the other sock I will be making Two socks at once and the heels will be made with short rows instead of the reagular way of decreasing. What a great Journey.

Here is the profile view of the sock. Thanks for stopping by!

Comments

MMario's picture

looks good!

looks good!

JDM511's picture

You should be proud of the

You should be proud of the way the sock turned out. Great Job!

Jim

crmartin's picture

Beautiful socks! You did a

Beautiful socks! You did a great job on them.

Randy

Great Sock! Love the colors.

Great Sock! Love the colors. Was that Noro, and which one? My sister would melt for a pair like that!

RickeScott's picture

Mmmm, love the colors!

Mmmm, love the colors!

Bill's picture

I love the Galati

I love the Galati DVDs...I'll have to bring some of my others Monday night...in case you haven't seen them...

AndrewNiehus's picture

Great looking sock! I just

Great looking sock! I just could never do colors like that. I really should use bright colors at some future point...even my bright colors seem to somehow be muted.