One fish, two fish

2 October, 2008 at 3:31 pm (FO, knitting)


I know I said no knitting content, but I’ve been waiting on spindle supplies to come in so I haven’t been able to get much work done.


These were a fairly straightforward knit; I’d done the pattern before so I only needed to refer to it occasionally to make sure I was doing it correctly. The two changes I made were to use a twisted tubular cast on (as seen above) and to use two repeats of chart A on the leg, rather than three, because otherwise they would hit me just at the spot where my calves get bigger, and that is a recipe for slidey socks. They’re perfect at this length.


Still one of my favourite sock patterns.

Pattern: Pomatomus by Cookie A.
Yarn: ShibuiKnits Sock in Wasabi, two skeins (with 24g left over)
Needles: US2.5/3mm 24″ Addi Turbos, magic looped
Rav link.



  1. Kristen said,

    Ooh, them’s purdy. I like that shade of green. Yes, it really looks like wasabi!

  2. LittleWit said,

    Your socks look great! šŸ™‚

  3. Zonda said,

    Love those!! That is a gorgeous color!

  4. Erika said,

    Very lovely.

  5. trillian42 said,


    And I made mine the same length – way better.

  6. marissa said,

    I MUST ask: how long did it take you to knit those?
    And if your answer is less than a week (which I feel certain it is), would you divulge how many hours a day you are able to spend knitting? It takes me a good month to knit a pair of socks. Darn kids.
    Love that color…makes me want sushi!

  7. whichendisup said,

    lurv the green feet, very lurvly!

  8. Emilee said,

    Those look great! I should definitely give them another try.

  9. kv said,

    really pretty socks, and great photos!

  10. Loopykd said,

    I love the last photo. The lighting and composition are excellent. Bravo.

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