Canopy Socks – The Last Pair of Hand Knit Socks in 2010

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Okay, so maybe I was a little obsessed. When I mentioned the Canopy socks the other day, I had no intention of finishing them before the end of the year. I thought it was a good project to kick off a year of knitting for myself… or for at least January.

On Christmas morning I started knitting on the foot of the first sock, that evening I kitchenered the toe of the first sock and cast on the second. Last night as we watched Toledo lose in the last minute of the game I knit through the four pattern repeats and through the heel turn.

When I left knitting tonight I had one pattern repeat and a half plus a toe left to go. I’ll admit it, I’m in love with these socks. They were such a fast knit and the colorway is AMAZING. Out of all of the club colors this is the first one that has made me want to order 15 more skeins of it online… I don’t know what it was but I just love it! Don’t get me wrong, I love all of the colorways, but for some reason, this colorway has me just obsessed…

Canopy Socks

Canopy Socks

Yarn: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock – Lightweight
Colorway: The Skein With No Name
Needles: Signature Double Points 2.75mm (US 2)
Pattern: Canopy socks

Have I mentioned that I love these socks? I plan on casting on Devon from Sock Innovation next… but for now there’s some blue chunky alpaca and a scarf pattern that’s calling my name…

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  1. It’s always nice when a pattern/yarn come together to make a beautiful FO. Way to whip them out!

  2. Thanks Leslie!

    I love it when socks come together like this. It’s even nicer when it’s a pattern I wouldn’t have picked to knit on my own. 🙂

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