I’m so grateful for my hand knit socks. It’s the perfect day for cosy toes.




These socks were great fun to knit. You don’t have to do anything special other than knit using your favourite sock pattern.  My friend Lynn introduced me to this beautiful self-patterning wool. Thank you Lynn for sharing your stash with me. I think I need to order some more to knit up a few more pairs.

It’s a very dreary wet day here in the northeast of England. It doesn’t know whether to rain or snow. Here we go again. Until next time,

Let’s all keep on stitching.

Lucie x


6 thoughts on “COSY TOES

  1. I like these socks a lot, they are beautiful ! So pretty. Nice coat sweater for Maisie, too? With a little hoodie?
    You can also look up, counting stitches using repeat color yarns. Not hard at all. This way you do not need to buy special yarns that cost so much more. Just a thought. You would pick it up in a minute.
    Miserable weather here, too grey…
    Keep warm every one.
    Joanna xx


    1. Hi Joanna, I hope you’re weather picks up soon. Surely spring must be on its way soon. It’s dark and dreary here again but there’s no snow. Phew!! Thanks for popping in x


  2. Lovely socks. I’ve still got to pluck up he courage to use four needles to do some. I knit neckbands with 4, but socks are so teeny compared to them, & with lots of shaping. Give me a push before winter. Take care & keep cosy. xx


    1. Hi Susan, if you can knit neckband using four needles you’ll no dout excel at knitting socks. Have a go. You’ll be amazed how nice it is to knit socks. Thanks for popping in today x


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