Greetings! The snow is still falling and I’m still knitting socks. I love how these worked up with a little pattern on the side of the sock. This pair has specific right and left socks. These will be a gift for my son for Christmas. I have just enough yarn left over to knit a pair of baby socks.
Greetings from the land of snow! I had a lot of time to knit this hat last week after we received more than 20 inches of snow. It’s so deep that our 90 pound German Shepherd looks like she’s swimming in it. This hat matches the socks that I finished last week. I still have a small amount yarn left over to knit a few pairs of tiny baby socks.
Greetings & Happy New Year! I plan to make this year my year of socks. Socks for me, socks for gifts, and socks for donations. This is pair 140 leaving me with 225 more pairs to knit before it hit my goal of 365 pairs. Let’s do this! You can see this years project goals here.
My first pair of sock this year are for my husband’s Christmas socks. Nothing like planning ahead. I’ve also got a Christmas hat started and a needle point decoration in progress for him. This year I am dyeing yarn so that my husband and kids can have matching hats and socks at Christmas. I love how this pair turned out and they fit his feet perfectly!
9180 grams total (the equivalent of 91.8 skeins of yarn/ 40 complete skeins and the rest are scraps)
During the month of December, I used 2723 grams or 27.23 skeins of yarn in finished projects. I also gave my daughter 2252 grams or 22.52 skeins of yarn. Now I have finally hit my goal of using all of my yarn that isn’t for socks. 🎊
189 grams of dyed sock yarn (the equivalent of 1.89 skeins of yarn)
3200 grams of bare sock yarn (the equivalent of 32 skeins of yarn)
816 grams of gradient sock yarn (the equivalent of 8.16 skeins of yarn)
4205 grams total (the equivalent of 42.05 skeins of yarn)
In 2022 I completed 109 projects. I used 10,182.03 grams or the equivalent of 101.82 skeins of yarn. Measuring 47,041 yards or 26.73 miles of yarn!