Monday, October 24, 2011

TRAMLINES


I knitted these using a pure Merino yarn that consists of 2 ends of Merino and 1 end of SW Merino. This is what gives it the tweed effect when dyeing as the superwash takes up more dye very quickly. It has 400m/100g. I dyed the yarn myself.

I used my own Andersson Toe Up Construction Method, with the Andersson Heel Mach II (revised).

The tools I used were two Chiao Goo 2.5mm/60cm circulars. I knitted them both simultaneously so that both were finished at more or less the same time.I alternate the socks every 10 rounds.

6 comments:

Sircle said...

I am a member of your yahoo sockgroup. And I have admired your last two socks posted here on your website. I have 2 pair of socks started toe up using you method.Would it be possiable to aquire the patterns for these socks. I can be reached at falconpharmer@aol.com.
Thank you,
Darrell Dennis

Sircle said...

I am a member of your sockgroup on yahooo. Are your patterns for your last two socks posted here available either free or PDF purchase?
Thank you,
Darrell Dennis
Falconpharmer@aol.com

Sircle said...

Are you last two socks paterns available here on your website.

Yarnhog said...

That is a huge color difference between regular merino and SW! I didn't realize SW responded so differently to dyeing. I'll have to keep that in mind.

fairy godmother said...

I like these!

joannamauselina said...

Love the socks! It is a little miraculous how nicely the pooling is similar on both of them. Great colors, great design.