Posts Tagged two at a time socks
Anybody remember H.R.PufnStuff? A sort of weird, psychadelic, Saturday morning cartoon from 1969/1970 with a young Jack Wild.
This is the wonderful Witchipoo and she’s wearing what appear to be my last pair of socks.
I’ll spare you a YouTube link because you will have the theme tune in your head for ever more – as I do, along with the one from the Banana Splits.
This is my latest finished pair of socks – they are on sock blockers in case you were wondering whether I’d been run over by a steamroller.
I’ve written before about ‘second sock syndrome’ – where you finish one sock and can’t be arsed to make the next one – which is why I always make two at the same time but now I appear to be suffering from ‘Witchipoo sock syndrome’. Will the pointy hat be next?
These are my bright and lovely sock blockers from this Etsy shop. Now that I have them I must make more socks but perhaps my next ones will be plain – I’m going to be singing that song for at least a week now.
Have you got any songs from the T.V. programmes of your youth that you can still remember all the words to?
My replacement 20mm circular needle has not yet arrived in the post so I can’t get on and finish my humungous blanket . However, the wool for my second blanket came yesterday..
The light’s not great today and this is not as grey as it looks here but a soft, duck egg blue colour with flecks of brown, black and beige.
In the meantime, to fill the time, I have gone to the other end of the scale and got out my 2.5mm circulars to make another pair of socks. I’m supposed to be knitting these along with my friend but I’ve raced ahead a bit because I know, once those big needles arrive, I’ll be back under the blanket.
Another pair of two at a time, toe up socks. I love photographing them at this stage as they look like a little bikini top or a pair of sunglasses!
It took me so long to get a colour match with this wool (Drops Fabel) that I almost gave up. I had to unravel a lot before I could find it and then the unraveled yarn got into a great big tangle and I had to spend ages undoing knots and sorting it out.
I must be getting better at knitting on magic loop because I managed to get as far as this whilst watching my Dexter box set which, if you’ve seen it, is quite incredible really as it’s hard to take your eyes off the screen when engrossed in the goings on in the life of a likeable serial killer 😉