Sunday, March 21, 2010

Comfort Knitting

I was working on a project that went wrong in so many directions it isn't even funny. So when I threw it down in frustration and refused to look at it for a week of moping, it was time for some comfort knitting.



When all else fails, there is something so comforting about knitting a plain pair of toe up socks with a self-striping yarn. And boy, did I need these!

4 comments:

woolyjooly said...

love 'em! Just finished a pair myself - 'cept mine were not toe-up and had a lovely waffle pattern - soothing, yet not boring. Good for you, Eliz!

Grace said...

I totally know what you mean! I always try to have a pair of plain jane socks to use as a palette cleanser from difficult colorwork, lace, etc! I love knitting a sock in a plain rib or the Hedgerow pattern.

Haven Rich said...

Ohh guess what? I started knitting! I hadn't touched a pair of needles since my mom use to start my line when I was 9 y/o.

This time, I managed to start my own project and am working on getting tight rows.

Next, I'll learn to purl and do other fun things.

Sherman Unkefer said...

Happy New Year! I found your blog only a couple of months back and love it so much, I've been stopping by as often as I can to enjoy your posts and the inspiration you offer! Hope you have a fantastic 2011!