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Truly very happy scrappy socks

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Finished
November 14 2014
November 20 2014
Project info
Truly very happy scrappy socks
Toe up heel flap sock tutorial by Andrea Mules
Knitting
Me
size 40
Needles & yarn
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
1,033 yards
Phildar Phil Folk 100
1 skein = 459.0 yards (419.7 meters), 100 grams
Phildar Phil Folk 100
1 skein = 459.0 yards (419.7 meters), 100 grams
Schachenmayr Regia My First Regia
1 skein = 115.0 yards (105.2 meters), 25 grams
Notes

Completly fell for some self striping yarn from phildar that I found online. Then completly fell out of love with it after knitting some. Turns out; I do like the colours all wound up to a nice ball but not the striping repeats. I want to make my own repeats.
I put the yarn in the back of the closet and tried to forget all about it until last night. I decided to use them all together with some leftovers from other projects. And so far I love them!
Hoping second sock syndrome isn’t going to hit me on this one, I still have two other pairs half finished. MUST. PERSERVERE. MUST.

Yay! Finished! Next time either use smaller needles or cast on less, they are a bit on the sloppy side… But truly nice house socks for relaxing on the couch after a long day.
(casted on 12, increased to 60, 56 might have been better or needle size 2)

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Finished
November 14 2014
November 20 2014
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About this yarn
by Phildar
Light Fingering
75% Wool, 25% Nylon
459 yards / 100 grams
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by Schachenmayr Regia
Fingering
75% Wool, 25% Nylon
115 yards / 25 grams
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  • Project created: November 15, 2014
  • Updated: November 20, 2014
  • Progress updates: 3 updates