Friday, October 29, 2010

Cabled socks

These mid calf socks are the prettiest ones I've ever knitted. Go me! What a way to spend my last week off, knitting these gorgeous things! Starting next week, I'll be the Knitting Commuter again, huzzaah to my new job and 3 hours knitting on the train daily!

This is the time of the year when I spend all my time off knitting stuff for Christmas and these socks are my first gift finished this year. Now all I need to do is wish really hard the people I'm knitting stuff for wont be reading my blog for the next two months.. I mean.. Nobody reads this stuff anyway so I can safely post pics of my pressies without spoiling the surprise.. right??

The pattern for these cuties can be found on the Novita web page and is unfortunately again in Finnish only.

I'm planning to make a few pairs of these, off-white or darker grey maybe, they turned out so darn cute and am super-excited about this pattern!

Maybe if you are really nice for the rest of the year the next pair will be for you.. remember, Santa and I will be watching you.. right outside your window.. 24/7.


  1. Three hours knitting daily, sounds wonderful - and the socks are lovely too :)

    And no Sini, no one is reading your blog, especially when you advertise it on FB with pictures ;)

  2. any chance that they are the same cable socks from november only shorter??? Any chance that I would be able to get the patter in english? do you know of a site that transposes languages?

    please send me a note on raverly and make me your friend redzinea

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    happy holidays to you and your family.

    your creations are just beautiful!!!

    fondly in fiber,


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  3. These are different. I'll see about translating this pattern next year (provided someone remembers to remind me of it)

  4. I just discovered your blog--your knitting is so beautiful! I can't wait to try some of your patterns. Hopefully you will have time to translate this one :-)