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1  Re: Jaywalker Socks KAL in Knitalongs by katatonic on: January 08, 2006 12:55:30 PM
^ those look very different from the Jaywalker pattern. but they look great regardless!


heres a close up of the striping

so these socks were two firsts for me. they are my first complete pair and my first time dying self striping yarn. what an experience. winding a 9ft+ skein in a 1 bedroom nyc apt .... i should be detered from doing this again but im not. well this coming from the person who should be doing homework and sleeping but is instead knitting... anyways. i love how they came out. the first one made was a great fit. i made the first one for the most part with 00s but i lost the fifth. damn. so the subsquent second was made with 0s and are loose on my tiny feet.
i doubt that ill be wearing these outside anytime. i have a feeling that they will be rubbed raw and pill like a banshee within a day. and id really rather not be darning every night. does anyone have any suggestions for a heavy duty plain dyeable sock yarn?
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