Designer: Cookie A.
Pattern Book/Site: Knitty Winter 2006
Yarn: Cascade Yarns, Cascade 220 Fingering
Needle: US 2 - 2.75 mm
Pattern Rating: 5 out of 5
You can kiss my 2013 Project Plans good-bye. I started out with good intentions but I have totally failed at keeping them. I have made some of the projects on my list but for the most part I have cheated and worked on other things.
Today I bring you one of the patterns I cheated with and it is the all famous Monkey Socks by Cookie A.
|My Monkey Sock Mascot. Found somewhere online|
I can totally see why this pattern is so popular. It had me addicted from the start. It was easy enough that I could work on them while watching TV but interesting enough to keep me going. The first sock took me a little while to make because real life kept getting in the way, but the second sock I was able to finish in 3 days. If you have not made these socks I highly recommend them. I am already plotting my next pair.
As for the yarn that I used, I loved the color, bright and totally girlie but I do not know if I will work with it again for socks. It was always splitting, it is very annoying when you are working on small needles. If you do not mind the splitting then I recommend it, the price value is very good, colors are fun and it does not feel bad in your hands.
Photos of my Pink Monkey Socks:
You can read more on the project and view more photos on my Ravelry project page here.
Until next time, Happy Knitting!