Warm feet

Though not appearing on the blog for some while, Virginia has been knitting socks (working towards a 52 pair for the year goal). If you happen to follow her on Ravelry, you’d see them as they were finished. Obviously, not all of you are Ravelers, so I’ll try to be better about giving them some time here on ScratchCraft.

Here are a couple that she recently finished:

Socks (24 of 52PPIII)

These are knit from a Nancy Bush pattern called “Fox Faces.” The yarn used is Lang Jawoll.

Socks (25 of 52PPIII)

I like these, mostly because of the name of the yarn (but the colors are fantastic, too). This is the “Lichen Ribbed Sock” (also by Nancy Bush, from her book Knitting Vintage Socks), knit using Schoppel-Wolle Crazy Zauberball. Say that 3 times real fast.

6 Replies to “Warm feet”

  1. Oh, these are lovely. I especially like the blue ones – the pattern is intriguing with the ribbing around the back at the top. Very clever, that Nancy Bush (or was that Virginia’s idea?)

  2. That Schoppel-Wolle Crazy Zauberball is a pretty cool looking yarn. Got to try that!

  3. Both are very nice. I love the coloring in the second pair.

  4. Stunning socks! I also love the colors of the 2nd pair!

  5. oh v. you are such a prolific knitter. would i you….how do you do it?

  6. The socks are awesome! Love the Crazy Zauberball ones! 🙂

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