December 28, 2019
10 rows ribbing for wrist
November 30, 2019
Turns out, I missed an entire repeat of the pattern (on the wrist end) and did the palm in 1×1 ribbing instead of stockinette. Still think they’ll be ok tho.
(also using a mystery rainbow fingering-weight yarn)
I kinda messed up the last stitch of the round for a couple of inches, ended up with a double-column of what looks like the knit stitch of the brioche ribbing.
But I do appreciate the simplicity and clarity of explanation on this pattern — it’s been a few years, and this time I did NOT struggle with brioche stitch!
November 29, 2019
Total project weight 68g
Height 8.5 in (unblocked)
Started with “Architecture” but didn’t like having to count rows, pulled back to the end of the toe and incorporated the 1×1 cables in a ribbing pattern.
Will add notes about which toe type, row pattern, and when I get to heel etc.
November 19, 2019
Slightly shorter than the last time I did the flk heel, I think.
Pattern for back of socks:
p2k2 x 7; p2; cable pattern over 4 st; p2; k2p2 x 6
Did not measure before gifting. Used up virtually the rest of the skein. Seamed into a cowl after finishing.
December 29, 2019
I made this once before, but I must have cast on way more stitches, because this was more of a turtleneck style than a drapey one.
I also just barely got into shading out of the darkest color. Made it about 6” tall.
author: Deborah Madison
average rating: 3.98
book published: 1997
read at: 2009/07/10
date added: 2019/12/20
shelves: cookbook, non-fiction, read-again, wishlist
Another one that had to go back before I got to cook anything in it. I can’t overstate how huge this book is: as I said when the hold came in: when she says everyone, she means Everyone. Looks fantastic, had a bunch of post-it notes for things to try. But will wait until I have an actual kitchen again someday.