Tuesday, 31 October 2017
Needlework Tuesday - Staying Focused Equals Progress
As a reminder, I am working the Windowpane Socks from the 2016 Craftsy free sock knitting class taught by Lucy Neatby. I finished the first two pairs in the course in reasonable time, but have lagged far behind on this pair.
You can see in this second photo, that there are three stitch patterns happening. First, the window pane part on the top of the foot with the long loop. Simple stripes at the side of the foot, and then a carried stitch on the bottom of the foot to tighten the length to match up with the shortening effect of that long loop on the top. I did make a few errors on the bottom, but it's the bottom of the foot, it won't matter.
I am looking forward to gifting these to my sister at Christmas. Then I am going to ask her for a new project. She has a huge yarn stash and far more projects than she'll get to in a reasonable time; I might as well help her along. It's rather fun to be challenged with a project that will take me out of my comfort zone .
Have you ever done that, let a friend pick your next project/class or received a kit as a gift? Were you happy to complete it or did you struggle through out it's completion, or is it still sitting and waiting for your attention.
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