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Socks have been the focus of my knitting lately. Small but interesting projects I can manage during the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Part of me wants to cast on for a sweater (the season calls for piles of wool to be wound and knit!) but I just can’t take on a big project at the moment. So I’ve been knitting socks. Unrolling small bundles of knits and needles. Savoring the moment when I can get in a stitch to turn a heel or shape a toe.
Gentleman’s Half Hose in Ringwood Pattern
Knitting Vintage Socks by Nancy Bush
Trekking Pro Natura, 75% wool and 25% bamboo, color #1512
2.75 mm Lantern Moon dpns
Mods: CO 56 sts, 8 inches long from cast-on edge to top of heel flap, no leg shaping

10 thoughts on “focus

  1. Socks are my favorite too. Perfect for toting on the train. Your pictures are beautiful – they make me want to cast on for yet another pair.

  2. I’m making these right now, so I got excited when I saw and recognized yours!

  3. I just love all these Nancy Bush socks. And your photos are great too!

  4. such beautiful socks! I love this color!

  5. it’s amazing.. i have that book, that yarn, those needles, but wouldn’t have put them all together until now! you make those socks look SO cozy!! Am totally giving them a consideration now 🙂 YEA!

  6. Those are all great socks. 🙂 What do you think of the bamboo in the wool?
    Love the colors, too.

  7. Love these vintage socks and your pictures too 😉

  8. These are lovely! I hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving!

  9. Aaaahhhhh what beautiful photographs……………… visiting your blog always makes me feel calm………………..
    Beautiful knitting, I must say…………………

  10. Beautiful simplicity.

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