WIP Wednesday: Lacrosse Knitting

First the color in this photo is so wrong. I just can’t capture the turquoise correctly. I tried to adjust it but I can’t even fake the color.

Anyway, this is what I have been knitting at lacrosse practice. The socks are working up quite quickly considering I can’t remember the pattern. There are too many rows and my brain doesn’t have room for that at this time. I am overjoyed with the way they are coming out. I plan to pick up some new solid color yarn so I can knit more patterned socks.

The yarn is Sensations Truly in turquoise. The pattern is Angee by Cookie A. Here is a sneak peak of what I’m thinking of casting on next.

If you’d like to read more WIP Wednesday posts be sure to visit Tami’s Amis blog.


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25 Responses to WIP Wednesday: Lacrosse Knitting

  1. Lisa says:

    I love that book, all the socks are amazing. I need more solid sock yarns, but it’s so hard when there are so many pretty painted ones!


  2. Pumpkin says:

    Aren’t those the best colors ever? I love it when they are so vibrant the camera cannot capture them


  3. Chrisknitsb says:

    Still looking lovely. But they don’t look anything like a lacrosse stick thingie. Especially the one with the opening, I can’t imagine that is effective at all. 😉


  4. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Wow! You’ve made a lot of progress on those socks! Love the pattern.


  5. I’m getting inspired to cast on a pair of socks for my dh…so many socks on the yarn along today. Yours are coming along nicely! And it is frustrating to not be able to accurately capture colors. Happy knitting, ~Lisa


  6. Your socks look very pretty, love the cables!


  7. Knitnmom says:

    Love the pattern! I hadn’t seen it before!


  8. Lovely pattern, you’re going to have a great pair of socks when you’re finished


  9. Vivianne says:

    Those are pretty socks, and even if that’s the wrong blue, I like it 🙂


  10. Amy says:

    BEautiful socks!


  11. Those socks look amazing!


  12. Linda says:

    Very beautiful socks, I really like the pattern!


  13. Regula says:

    This is a beautiful pattern. 🙂


  14. Michelle says:

    The pattern is really pretty. I laughed when I read that you “didn’t have room for” the pattern. I feel that way a lot.


  15. Carol says:

    Wow! You knit these at a Lacrosse practice? I’m impressed. I can handle plain vanilla socks or an easy little cable. Nice job!


  16. Janet says:

    Love your socks! I have the Sock Innovation book but haven’t knit from it for awhile. I need to take another look.


  17. I love your socks, great pattern and the ones that you going to cast on next.


  18. These are smashing!


  19. These are fab! Loving the pattern .


  20. Very nice pattern! The color looks sort of slate-blue on my computer.


  21. Pearlin says:

    oo they look perfect!


  22. woolythymes says:

    don’t you feel sorry for people at sports games who don’t knit???? great pattern!


  23. Kepanie says:

    I hella like these, Karen! I am discovering how a sports event is a gateway to getting some productive knitting done!


  24. Marilyn says:

    The socks look great and the next pair does too! When I photo turquoise it comes out greenish…yours looks more blue. Go figure! 🙂
    I’m just itching to do some lace knitting. I’ve decided that I really need a laceweight stash. 😉


  25. autumngeisha says:

    Looking great! They will be finished before you know it. I like the next project in line, too.


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