Friday, April 11, 2008

Leafling's Completed

Modified toe from a Ravelry Knitter, KnittingSuzanne. She does not appear to have a blog site. I enjoyed adding this fun toe :-)
Gusset modification done by me, for no other reason than it felt right at the time, I like the way it came out! Wonderful Heel construction!
The colors are really difficult to capture with this yarn. I think the best representation is the left foot of the gusset photo. I love the light green variegated with the yellow green, but could have done without all the darker greens. But that's OK, sock is still lovely! Pretty funky swirling, eh?
Pattern: Leafling by JC Briar, exclusive to the Rockin' Sock Club of Blue Moon Fiber Arts.
Yarn: Socks that Rock Medium weight in color Lucky.
Needles: started with 2.75mm as per instructions. Discovered it was too big so went down a needle size to 2.5mm. And again went to 2.25mm for the foot.


Running Knitter said...

Love the pattern on the sock!

Anonymous said...

Cool toe on the leaflings.

Cinnamonamon said...

Great toe -- very cool. And that's some unusual & nifty pooling.

I hear ya on the gray socks thing. I have a pair of slipper socks that were just murder to finish -- and they were knit with worsted weight! But oh, so comfy...

Bobbi said...

Those green and blue socks really do rock; those are my colors and the pattern looks great too.