Monday, August 15, 2011

Mathchers

As you can see on the left I now have progress bars, I still don't know how to make it show my YOP projects or just one bar per project, but that's okay. (for now)
This week I have finished one glove and one sock. So technically nothing. 




Actually I'm still pretty stoked. A while back I attempted to make gloves (if I ever find them I promise I'll take a picture) but the fingers turned out horribly, they were at different levels and different places then they should be and were just a mess and now they have been banished to my pile of shame (possibly located under my bed).


The sock is the first sock I have ever knitted and from the toe up. Actually I feel like I did it wrong because it's to long and the heel it ugly, oh well.

8 comments:

RugbyMad said...

Keep going on the sock, it looks stunning.

Your gloves are a masterpiece, I can't bring myself to make any with the long fingers I have and the tiny amount of stitches. More grey hairs would sprout.

Ruth said...

I love your gloves, well done on them. Keep going with the scok, its looking good so far.

Sarah (Crafts From The Cwtch) said...

I'm impressed with the glove and the sock is looking lovely too - great colours.

Alittlebitsheepish said...

The glove looks great, I have sworn I will never make anything with fingers (or toes) again as it is so fiddly.
Handknit socks do look a bit oddly long, I make mine the same length as my foot as relying on lengthwise stretch leads to the heel being pulled under the foot

Cris said...

The gloves look great!!!! and I'd agree with the others, keep working on the sock :)

Evelyn said...

I'm so impressed (and envious)! I still have yet to attempt gloves that are not fingerless and you've inspired me!

Annie said...

Those gloves are fantastic! and it always takes a little time to get it right, right? one of my friends has a grandma that says "If you don't knit it alteast three times you don't get your monies worth!"

Hanah said...

@Evelyn- they aren't actually that scary, you just knit a little longer then decrease.