By Kim Hargreaves
Breeze assortment is a superb e-book via Kim Hargreaves. Twenty-one items in a single gorgeous assortment!
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Socks with intarsia, socks with Fair Isle bands, socks in intricate lace from top to toe. Get silk sock yarn, sock yarn that knits up all by itself into fetching patterns, sock yarn with mohair, or nylon or cotton. Feeling tired of tiny needles? Make boot socks from worsted weight handspun. Make tiny ankle high shorties or make a commitment, dammit, and knit a pair of knee-high kilt hose for your favorite kilt-wearing darling. It could be because socks are cheap. Not as cheap as picking up five pairs for $10 at your local discount store, but cheaper than sweaters or afghans or scarves.
I give away almost all of my knitting and seldom knit for myself. My darling wears only handknit socks. I wear socks bought at the local mall. He sports a pretty fancy Aran sweater that I designed just for him. I slog about in a pathetically shabby store-bought cotton cardigan with a fraying sleeve that would give any “product” knitter the heebie-jeebies. I’m happy to give up any knitted thing. I had the pleasure of knitting it. I have a brief wave of knitterly pride when I finish it and I might go around the house for a day or two showing it off, but then I’m on to the next thing.
Will it be okay when it’s dry? I need a plan if it isn’t. Has anybody ever shrunk a sweater on purpose? Can you shrink superwash? Will all the stitch definition be lost? Oh my … I’m getting dizzy again. I’m going to go have a little lie-down now. May 26 Help, Whimper, Gasp. This is it. This is bad …no, worse than bad … are there words for how bad this is? Ken’s wedding sweater is still huge. I don’t know what’s wrong with it, but it’s starting to look like this sweater that he killed himself over is one big unwearable disaster.