Saturday, August 30, 2008

Crosswalking


All is well in Edmonton -- I even ran into a local knitting group in its natural habitat on Wednesday evening! After conferencing all afternoon my colleagues and I were going for dinner at a place just off campus, and as we walked in, one of them said, "Look, Alison! Knitters!" Yay! Hi, T and J!

Above is my Crosswalker sock in progress. The pattern that's coming out is not really what I was expecting, but I like the quick colour changes. It's been a long time since I knit with self-patterning sock yarn -- it's a perfect project for simple on-the-road sock-knitting.

7 comments:

Laura said...

I am normally a lurker, but regular reader of your blog. I was curious as too the sock colour. I really like the way it is coming out.

Bonney said...

I'd like to know that too; it's really a nice looking sock!

Mindy said...

Yup, I'm digging it too.

Cassy said...

Yeah, shoot us the color name. I think it looks really cool with that pattern.

T. said...

Knitters in the wild is a bizarre thing! We have never been to that place before to knit so it was a weird coincidence. Nice to meet you in person!

Jill said...

Heya!

Met you the other night, had to say hi!

Hope you had a good time here!

J. said...

It was great to meet you the other night! Knitting really is a small world. I'm glad you made some progress on your Crosswalkers.

J.