Sunday, July 27, 2008

Summer of Sock 2008

SOS08 has created a monster (many I am sure). It is a competition to see who can knit the most socks during the 3 months of summer. I got talked into joining and have enjoyed every minute. No prizes yet for me, and there is even one person I know of who has already knit 18 pairs. I am up to pair #9. Check out the photos below.
Warning: if you are a Rockin' Sock Club member, there is a spoiler below.
Pattern: Stansfield 196 by Charlene Schurch from More Sensational Knitted Socks book
Yarn: Cherry Tree Hill Supersock Merino in Apricot
Needles: US1 circular
Love these socks - finished on July 17th


Pattern: Friday Harbor by Nancy Bush from Knitting on the Road
Yarn: Cherry Tree Hill SportSock in purple
Needles: US2.5 circular
Finished: July 20th


Pattern: Whitby (my second pair) by Nancy Bush from Knitting on the Road
Yarn: Cherry Tree Hill Sportsock in Red and Black
Needles: US2.5 circular
Finished: July 24th

Pattern: GumDrop by JCBriar from the Rockin' Sock Club
Yarn: BlueMoon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock Lightweight in Goody Goody
Needles: US0 circular (no matter what size I chose I could not get rid of the pooling, I tried US0, US1 and US2)
Finished: Today


These socks can even be worn inside out. On the left you can see the inside out sock.

6 comments:

TLC said...

They all look wonderful! It is so fun to see all your completed socks. You blow me away with how many you finish!

ChristyH said...

Those Gum Drops are so cool!!! You are my knitting Hero!!! Can I be your cheerleader? LOL Go Linda, Go Linda At the rate your going you can catch up to the leader.

mapleweave said...

Did you sleep at all? How could you get those Gum Drops done so quickly? I was going to use my Goody Goody on the anklets, but I may be changing my mind...

I'm jumping on your cheerleader bandwagon - Go Linda Go!!

Jill L said...

wow -- nine pairs! Fantastic! Lvoe all of those and esp. the Gumdrop ones.

Cinnamonamon said...

Holey socks, batman!

;) Love them all -- those STR ones are super funky cool, though.

Ann said...

Love your socks & you are an amazing sock knitter - so many pairs!