Knitted Cable Footies

My knitting “stormcontinues. 😉

I just finished a couple more pairs of socks. Also, a large, easy knit throw I’ve been working on for a long time (it’s shown in the background here).

Now I have a shawl to complete next, for a gift; if I ever can find the right beads to finish the edge!!! So many choices but too many with holes too small to accommodate the sport yarn this shawl is crochet in.

Oh well, will have to keep looking. Ideally, I’m hoping to find a necklace I can re-purpose for this project in black glass beads as I need about a 100 beads for the scalloped crochet edge. A shawl pattern I designed myself! 🙂

Back to this project:

These Cable Footies are featured in the book: One Skein by Leigh Radford.

 Click here to read my review of this excellent knitting book.

And what a great book it is! Unlike a lot of the smaller-type (rather boring!!!) project books, using small amounts/one skeins of yarn, this book is filled with a variety of lovely and diverse projects, including these easy to make knit “footies”. I really enjoyed making these and plan to make a couple more pairs.

If you are looking for a great knit book for small projects (and a great way to use up stash yarns!) this one is definitely worth a look. 🙂

I made these in Lion Brand Wool Ease Worsted Weight in Gold and for the small size I used about 180 yds. of this yarn. I wear Size 8.5-9 shoes but I don’t like baggy socks or knit slippers so I tried the smallest size and it fits perfectly.

Happy Knitting! 🙂

4 responses

  1. These turned out nice!
    It’s inspiring to see what you’ve been up to, Ger!

  2. These turned out beautifully. You are really into making socks lately.

  3. not only are you an excellent knitter but your artful arrangements are astonishing….good for you

  4. Hi Brenda, It’s nice to share finished projects. And I love to see what other bloggers are making too. Are you knitting anything right now?

    Hi Joe, Now I’m transitioning to the other digits LOL. 😉 Gloves next!

    Hi Lorraine, Aren’t you nice, thanks friend.

    Happy Crafting and Weekend, G 🙂

Thanks so much for your comments!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: