Sock It To Me Monday: A Blast From The Past

I was struggling for something to talk about today. The shawl with just a few more rows is boring. So I thought I wish I had a sock to talk about and then it hit me, I do! I have many socks to talk about they just haven’t been knit recently.

Then I thought maybe something that could be made using leftover sock yarn would work.

Back in 2005 I knit H some rainbow laces for her Chucks with Koigu Painter’s Palette Merino fingering weight yarn. Basically it’s iCord but there is a pattern.

I can’t remember exactly how much yarn I used but I know it was leftovers. They lasted for a while but not a long time. The yarn didn’t have nylon. I recommend using a yarn with at least 20% nylon. They were fun though and knit up pretty quickly.

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9 Responses to Sock It To Me Monday: A Blast From The Past

  1. Anne Donovan says:

    What a brilliant idea!

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  2. Stefanie says:

    Those are perfect!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. cattknithat says:

    That is so neat! 😃

    Liked by 1 person

  4. knotfancyknitter says:

    I love this!

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  5. What a very cool idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  6. Alissa Head says:

    What a great use for scrap yarn. And fun to wear. I may try this!

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  7. ReginaMary says:

    What a cool idea. The laces on my high-tops are dingy. You just gave me a great idea.

    Liked by 1 person

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