Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Getting Seasick yet?

I decided that 44 stitches was too tight, so I frogged it and recast with 48. Look at what happened. It's still striping for sure, but in much broader swooshes with even some of the red (and I use that term loosely) ending up by itself. I'm so tempted to knit the second sock in a different stitch pattern. Incidentally, these colors are the closest to reality.


Batty said...

Fascinating! If you look at the picture of the Conwy sock on my blog, you'll notice that the CTH pools in the calf section (72 stitches, decreased to 60), and that it stops pooling and starts striping when I hit 60. These pooling experiments are really interesting, I think you have created a monster.

Sue, aka seiding said...

I can have some more posts please?