Twinkletoes

February 5, 2008 at 5:08 pm 4 comments

Now that I’m completely hooked on knitting socks (or sock like things), I am finally going to knit up Twinkletoes from Knitty, and loving the fact that they come in Toddler, Child, and Adult size. First up, Twinkletoes for L. Since I showed her them this week, she keeps asking if they are done yet. Originally I had picked out some pretty purple (because purple is her favorite color) Crystal Palace Panda Cotton but waiting for ordering, shipping, and all that jazz was just completely out of the question for her. So I dug through my stash and found just enough Caron Simply Soft (in purple) to make them up.

On the up side, they are going great. On the down side, it took me an hour to figure out how to do the Provisional Cast-On, but thankfully, I had help from the video on KnittingHelp.com. And I have to say, that while it did take me a little to get the hang of the provisional cast-on, I actually like doing it and thought that it was cool that I had stitches just sitting there waiting for me (yes, I get amused by little things).

Twinkletoes
ETA: I talked to my Mom this evening and she always ask what new project I’m working on or how a current project is coming along. I told her that I was knitting L. “ballet” shoes (trust me, it’s absolutely pointless to try and explain things to my Mother sometimes) and she thought that the project was going to be cute. She then informed me that my Great Grandmother Flemming (who I knew crocheted but never knew that she knitted) use to love to knit socks. In fact, my Mom also told me that she hasn’t heard of anyone knitting socks (besides me now) since my Great Grandmother use to knit them and that she also wants to find all of my Great Grandmother’s old patterns and stuff that she use to use. I have a feeling that in some way, my Great Grandmother Flemming (who passed away when I was 8 but I always felt like I had some sort of connection to her) is smiling down on me.
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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sabrina's Creations  |  February 5, 2008 at 8:21 pm

    I can’t wait to see them!!!
    Miss you!
    Sabry

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  • 2. Nettie  |  February 6, 2008 at 1:27 am

    Looking good so far =) I want to make these for my oldest girl too.

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  • 3. Angie  |  February 6, 2008 at 2:36 am

    Thank you both Sabrina and Nettie! I have the first one almost complete. Alot of “new” techniques going on here for me. All manageable, just need some focus which is hard when I have a 7 and a 3 yr old running around.

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  • 4. The start of something wonderful « Multicrafty  |  January 6, 2009 at 11:47 am

    […] short rows have been my kryptonite.  In my defense though, I have tried to do short rows before (here, and not to mention the times I’ve tried just for practice) and it just came out looking like […]

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