for my husband. from this pattern. shot with this camera. the mistakes this camera makes are fantastic. I am loving it!
They look great! I am knitting socks a the moment, too. :)
Bravo! The socks you made are perfect! So cozy!
I don’t knit much, but my daughter does, and I appreciate a “turned heel” So nice for your husband!
WOW. They look store bought! The best thing I can knit is a scarf made with 15mm needles.
I can’t wait for my pair next Christmas|!!!
Nice! Going to have to add these to my ” must knit” list!!
I wish someone could knit for me a good and warm pair of socks
as in Montreal winter persists! WHERE IS SPRING???
what a wonderful gift :)
you’re one multi-talented lady!
Best things are hand made! How do you develop your Diana film? I have an old Holga but haven’t used it yet.
i just had them developed at a camera store in CA where my inlaws live. i will have to find a good source when I return to NY. i have been told there are many places online where you can mail your film, but I haven’t researched it yet.
Did you use the same Koigu yarn mentioned with the pattern?
No I used Zara merino extra fine. I am working on another pair using Debbie Bliss Cashmerino which is a bit cheaper. I only like good wool as I figure if you are going to take the time to make something it might as well be high quality.
i think if I could have everything I own in wool I would.
Nice socks! And I love your enthusiasm for the mistakes your camera makes. I print with blocks over screen printing purely because I welcome the “mistakes” that come with block printing. Your writing is ever inspiring to me. Thanks!
i love your socks! now my mom wants to make a pair for me. i dont care! i like the ocks even if they are for boys! I love your work!
holy poo!!!! those are the best looking socks ever!!=)
Sweet socks! I would wear them. I haven’t figured out the art of using my Diana F+…. but I did post a couple pics on my blog of ones that sort of turned out. Ha ha. It’s fun, but sometimes disappointing!