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My tube socks using Lion Brand Homespun yarn
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Oct 5, 2014 19:01:48   #
tamarque
 
run4fittness wrote:
Thank you folks! I will get it typed up later today if possible. But I must confess I am going to the LYS as soon as I get my shower. They made the mistake of sending me a 40% off coupon so I am going to use it on the book that has a bunch of charted lace, cables, and other designs in it. It also has a lace tutorial on making your own garments and how to adjust the lace patterns! At $25 even 40% off is good!

And I will try to be good and stay away from the yarn although there is some beautiful Cascade 220 in there!
Thank you folks! I will get it typed up later tod... (show quote)


Did a few projects with the Cascade 220--it is great yarn and so soft. Btw--have you washed that Homespun in a machine? How is it holding up? Have a couple of kids things in it and am feeling nervous about the yarn.
 
Oct 5, 2014 20:09:06   #
mbfled
 
How will I know when you post the tube sock pattern OR where should I look? They look so comfy and easy. I never have luck when i try to knit in a heel. tks, beverly in OHIO
Oct 5, 2014 20:15:47   #
cathbeasle
 
mbfled wrote:
How will I know when you post the tube sock pattern OR where should I look? They look so comfy and easy. I never have luck when i try to knit in a heel. tks, beverly in OHIO


The link appears several times thru this thread.
Oct 5, 2014 21:48:54   #
b. Walker
 
I would also love to have the pattern. Have never made socks but would love to try. The socks are really pretty, by the way.
Oct 5, 2014 21:55:06   #
Medieval Reenactor (a regular here)
 
Lovely socks. I am interested in how well they hold up to washing - can I do in machine or should I hand wash???? Also, should I add a nylon thread along with the Homespun to made them more durable??? My DW has very substantial calves and I like that these are toe-up so I can increase after the ankles and knit on up to the knee, which is what she wants.

Thank you so very much for these.
Oct 5, 2014 22:07:01   #
run4fittness (a regular here)
 
MsKathy wrote:
Janet, what color yarn did you use? Or, was it bits and pieces of different colors? Thanks for the pattern!!


The color was called "deco" which seems to come in a bunch of different colors. Just something I saw at Goodwill and could not resist for $1.99!
 
Oct 5, 2014 22:08:12   #
run4fittness (a regular here)
 
tamarque wrote:
Did a few projects with the Cascade 220--it is great yarn and so soft. Btw--have you washed that Homespun in a machine? How is it holding up? Have a couple of kids things in it and am feeling nervous about the yarn.


It holds up great! I also made some "puppy blankets" with this yarn and she washes them at least once a week. She has had them for several months and they still look good!
Oct 5, 2014 22:44:24   #
Ranger
 
Love homespun! Would also appreciate the pattern!
Oct 5, 2014 22:44:32   #
glnwhi
 
so pretty
Oct 5, 2014 22:44:57   #
glnwhi
 
oops
Oct 5, 2014 22:51:57   #
Buttons
 
run4fittness wrote:
It holds up great! I also made some "puppy blankets" with this yarn and she washes them at least once a week. She has had them for several months and they still look good!


Its listed at the bottom of page 5.
 
Oct 5, 2014 23:15:16   #
Laulette
 
I would love the pattern, good looking socks.
Oct 5, 2014 23:26:54   #
kiwiannie
 
Love your socks,beautiful work and colours.
Oct 5, 2014 23:44:10   #
saskgayle
 
Oh yeah...super cozy socks for comfy comfy days. Great yarn color.
Oct 6, 2014 01:45:34   #
MsKathy
 
Thanks for the name of the color; it's lovely. That was a great find at a great price.
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