Revisiting A Project

I was asked to report back on the Hedera socks after I’d worn them. Yesterday was their first time being worn. We went to have an early Thanksgiving celebration with my in-laws. It was a lovely visit with a delicious meal.

I wore my Hedera socks with my usual sneakers. It was rainy and chilly so I decided Mary Jane shoes weren’t going to cut it. I knew there was a chance when I knit the socks that having the pattern on the top of the foot might be uncomfortable but I’m pleased to say I didn’t notice the stitches at all. They feel just like plain stockinette socks. So if you’re considering knitting the pattern feel free to carry the stitch design down the foot.

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6 Responses to Revisiting A Project

  1. Glad to hear they are comfortable to wear – they are so beautiful!

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  2. Thank you for answering the question about texture on top of foot! My sister may get a pair for Christmas…

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  3. kathyreeves says:

    They are so pretty!

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  4. Jackie B says:

    Always great to knit something that both looks and feels good. These are lovely

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  5. Alissa Head says:

    They would have looked gorgeous with the maryjanes but I’m glad they were comfortable with the sneakers!

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  6. I love the colour of your socks, I’ve got some sweater quantity yarn in the same sort of shade. I’m glad they feel great too.

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