Sunday, May 27, 2007

Who's idea was this?



Who's idea was this?
In an effort to follow another blogge's suggestion, I joined the upside down sock image post. This was not an easy task. I found it difficult to lie on my back with the Hungarian legs elevated enough to get the socks in frame. I am not Gumby. I am not Pokey.

Socks are fun trekking yarn. So much fun they do not match. Making them match would not have been fun. I had a KNOT in the yarn somewhere, but I admit that would not have caused this much descepancy. I forget how this happened.

Thats the joy of socks for Me.

KnitswithasilentK.blogspot.com has posted a tutorial on special effects blogging. I cannot wait to see if this worked. Seems too easy.

13 comments:

Irisheyes Lynn said...

I love the socks, Kath! The colors are great!

Karen said...

Love that Trekking! I've had socks do that because of a knot. Sometimes you just have to keep knitting.

opportunityknits said...

love the socks, they look so happy :)

~Kristie said...

Those look so perfect for spring. I love that the stipes don't match since that really is the beauty of trekking yarn. Nice job!

Jennifer said...

Yeah! You tried the Inverted Sock Pose. OK - maybe a good warm-up and some yoga first would make it a bit easier. I like to cross the ankles until I find a good pose. It sure does make the socks look great and the ankles skinnier! Love the color on those socks. Wear them well.

Emily said...

Candy Socks. mmmmmm That Trekking is so cheerful!

Breien in Lansingerland said...

The socks are looking nice. Fresh Spring colours :-)

Donna Boucher said...

I love your socks!!!

Kim said...

Love your italics! Want to try making that reference to my blog a link with an a tag? (I can't give you the code because Blogger will change it.) ;) Less than sign, a href="http://knitswithasilentk.blogspot.com" greater than sign, the link text, less than sign, /a, greater than sign. A challenge!

shiva said...

Those socks remind me of the temder warmth and care my mum gave me as a kid and its really sweet

Allison said...

Those socks are adorable and I am very impressed with your flexibility, perhaps we should give yoga another shot, ohmmmm

Mizz boyeah said...

Very funny Al. Ohmmmmmmmm.
I'll just study Radar. He's so flexible.

Alisha said...

Kathy, those are great socks!!!

I wanted to answer I think it was your question. In regards to my mother in law selling avon...no relation to the people you were wondering about. I'd been meaning to answer that forever and it was bugging me lol

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