Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Anatomically correct socks!

Just a warning: I am bad at foot photography.
But I finished some more socks!
Pattern: My own, loosely based on the anatomically correct socks.
Incorporates: Fish Lips Kiss Heel
Yarn: Regia

That's right, these socks are made specially to fit my left and right feet.  I have to be careful when I put my socks on!
As you can see, they are toe-up socks with increases mainly on the outer edge. I made these because I have a long big toe, whereas the normal square- or round-toe sock patterns leave some room above my little toes.
I really couldn't be happier with these.  The yarn feels sturdy and is comfortable, and the fit is incredible!  As with my last pair of socks, I used the Fish Lips Kiss Heel, which is $1 on Ravelry and is amazing.
See I told you I was bad at foot photography.  
I'm thinking of making a pattern for these socks in three sizes, what do you think?

3 comments:

  1. Oh these are awesome! I've made quite a few pairs of socks and I love the ones I've knitted, but I've never tried a toe-up pattern before.

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    1. Thanks Vanessa! The cast-on for toe up socks is extremely fiddly, it almost made me give up entirely!!

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