Yup, you got that right. Si, eso si que es. And if you say that outloud, it sounds like socks, which is exactly what I'm dealing with today. It's a horrible, no good, very bad sock day. I finished my second pair from Noro because I like the way the first pair feels. However, there were two breaks in the yarn at the instep of the bottom sock and it threw the color sequence off. I think I'm going to reknit one of them so they look a little more like a pair.
I'm also knitting a second pair of Falling Leaf socks from 19 micron Merino that I dyed and spun. I love the first pair - they are my favorites. I realized that when I got to the instep, I added a stitch on one side, but didn't decrease a stitch on the other side of the pattern so gained about 10 stitches by the time I caught on. Another rip out, do over.
I knit these socks about a year ago from Knit Picks superwash. They're soft and don't abrade the sole of my foot when I walk. I wear them often. I've thinking about what pattern I will use for DIL Missy's socks and when I looked more closely at these, I realized that I changed patterns between socks.
I think you might be able to see it better here. The left sock is Double Eyelet Rib and the right one is Little Arrow-
head. Both patterns are from a Harmony Guide and I have used both several times in socks. I cannot imagine how I managed to change patterns from one sock to the next. Pretty crazy.
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