An October Day

tried casting on with 10s and it was very tight, much more comfortable to knit and a nicer drape on 11s.

August 28, 2020

On pause while waiting for longer interchangeable cable (50”)

October 12, 2020

I currently have: 214 stitches on the needle, and about 130 yards left of 547 total. It’s about 27” long and 60” wide

Need to have multiple of 6, so I THINK it will work if I don’t do 2 of the decreases in the first row of the edging.

October 13, 2020

Nope, my math was wrong (not only does the whole thing need to be divisible by 6, but each side needs to be divisible by 6 as well)

For other people checking on projects: your final row needs to be a number where (stitches-6)/2 is a multiple of six. (I THINK this is where the instruction of “after row 3” is important?)

But I should be able to manage it by decreasing 4 in the first edging row – two on each side, so probably turn one k1 into a k2tog at each end and right before the center panel

(I’m also wondering if somewhere I got my increases wrong somewhere in the body, since all the math seems to be slightly janky?)

Polgooth Socks

Dark grey for C1
Light blue for C2

September 1, 2020

fish lips kiss heel in C1

December 16, 2020

Cast on 2nd sock with 3 stitches more than the largest size, after about an inch of pattern, had them try it on and not quite big enough. Pulled back to cuff and reknit the single row of k with 3 increases evenly distributed, ended up at 6 stitches more than largest size

cancun boxy lace top

July 15, 2020

knit to pattern up through the last D section, then additional repeat of C – should measure up correctly to with last two repeats of B

(also, slipped first stitch of every row, hoping for easier seaming)

‘Vog On

August 7, 2020

these are VERY loose, ended up reducing extra 2 stitches in the gusset of the first sock, and sort of wish I’d either gone down a needle size or reduced a few stitches

August 25, 2020

Cute as heck but HUGE around the ankles, not sure how much I’ll wear them confused

Port Gamble Socks

June 4, 2020

Cuff in same yarn as https://www.ravelry.com/projects/epersonae/recipe-of-the-… – had a tiny bit in my fingering scraps box, going to combine with some other blue yarns

June 5, 2020

Used variegated up thru row 7 of stst ankle, then a mid-tone blue (don’t remember what) up to heel flap, saving mid-tone for probably toes.

Shifting sock B over to do both heel flaps together, joining navy blue Wildfoote for heels and foot

June 16, 2020

Doing the toe in the mid-tone blue, which I believe is the same yarn as https://www.ravelry.com/projects/epersonae/basic-sock-wit…

June 23, 2020

probably a tiny bit too small? but good enough to wear.