Wednesday, October 31, 2007

And more socks

These ones are September's sock of the month, and I finished them Oct. 1. Why haven't I blogged about them yet? There are several reasons, including general laziness, but I am displeased with the photos. I'm still struggling with that, but at least the Fawkes ones came out okay.
The yarn is Austerman Step, which is a little scratchy, but the aloe and jojoba make up for it.
It's a nice, simple pattern, beaded rib, cuff down. Once again, I wouldn't have chosen the yarn (or possibly the pattern) on my own, but I'm pleasantly surprised with it.
And the stripes match up pretty well.
In Summary:
Pattern: September sock of the month, Ewe and Me
Yarn: Austerman Step (75% superwash wool, 25% nylon, 450 yds), 1 skein
Needles: Size 1 dpn
Cost: Just under $20 for the yarn and pattern
Time: Knit in about two weeks, took about 4 more to blog


Jen said...

I love the socks. The colors of that yarn is very interesting.

Sarah said...

Interesting good or interesting bad?

Amanda said...

The socks look good, as always. The color looks really wintery - like you should be wearing them near a fire with a cup of cocoa. I can tell they aren't your normal style, but they really do look nice.

Knitman said...

I think they are very nice both in colour and pattern.

Anonymous said...

I am a friend of Kate, and I enjoy your blog. Knitting and physics is a great combination.

Sarah said...

All friends of Kate are welcome here...

Violiknit said...

Thanks for visiting my blog :) Those Austerman socks are cool! Do you feel a big difference wearing them re: the aloe and jojoba?