Tuesday, 20 August 2013

WOYWW #220 - tidy socks

Hello, it's Wednesday again (well somewhere in the World) and it is the day to show our crafty desks as per the lovely Julia at What's on your Workdesk Wednesday.

A tidy desk this week.

I have been knitting faster than a speeding freight train and finished Huffle's sock on Friday and then quickly started his second one (though I did make the rib without ribbing - arrrggghhhh and had to start again). Still I furiously knitted on and finished sock no2 last night. So you can see Huffle's socks neatly folded at the back with Moo's little Pedicure sock on top. Her second one is at the front of the desk that I started last night.

At the back are two green bags. Each one containing wool, needles and patterns for another sock each. One a cable sock and the other a toe-up sock. Both of them using two circular needles which I haven't learnt yet. Might be interesting.

Various origami things are on my desk, I folded a less than perfect tulip with a stalk that doesn't hold it! I have just been trying to figure out how to fold a many folded many squared marigold in four colours but I cannot work it out. Maybe by next week!

In case you didn't read yesterday's post or want to see a better photo of Huffle's socks. Tadaaaaa.

Not bad eh?

Okay, time to drink my coffee and go and look at everyone's lovely desks to see what they have been, and are up to. Cheerios my lovelies xx

 

30 comments:

butlersabroad said...

Brilliant new socks for Huffle! Love the three colours, you're very clever. Lovely clean desk and I can't wait to see what's in the green bags, I've heard of both toe up and two at a time but I'm so not ready for that, lol! Hope you get the origami mastered, it looks so pretty.

Hugs
Brenda

Spyder said...

Those are rather posh sox!! Love the colours and very good for sliding across the floor i should think!!
((Lyn no 5)) Happy WOYWW

Candace said...

Love the socks. Socks are one thing I would love to have a go at knitting but I am not what you would call a natural knitter and keep putting them off.

One day I will begin!

Thanks for sharing and hope you have a good week.

Candace #14

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Those are some fabulous socks. Will be great for winter. I can see more than one pair on your desk, too.

Happy WOYWW from # 10.

Nan G said...

Yes very nice socks! Very warm looking. The little pedi one is darling. Good luck with the round needles. My Mum always used three/four needles for socks and mittens. The round needles were for afghans. And me.....*grin*...I prefer paint. :) Happy WOYWW! Nan G #1

Regina Hamilton said...

Love the socks. Happy crafting #7

peggy apl said...

wow, those are really professional looking socks! i can't imagine making socks in one color and yours have heels and stripes in red! amazing! origami is also something i like, although sometimes it really takes time to study the complicated designs!
happy WOYWW! peggy aplSEEDS@12

Lynn McAuley said...

Quite impressive!! Has me wishing I knew how to knit!!

Have a great Wednesday!!

Lynn #19

Danie May said...

I totally agree with Lynn, very impressive. I am loving those socks and envious of your knitting skills. And look forward to seeing the other sock types you speak of as its all new for me. Happy WOYWW! Danie #17

Eliza said...

Love the socks bet they will keep those toes roasty warm in winter. I am still giggling over the pedicure socks, they have to be a first.

Happy WOYWW
Eliza & Yoda 24

Roberta B said...

wow every one so far has got tidy desk. lol But the socks are awesome :-} Have a great day and Bright blessings to you and yours Roberta 26

Judy McCarthy said...

Great socks.Seems a few of WOYWW's have been knitting.
Neat desk.
Judy #28

Maisie Moonshine said...

Oooh they look COSY! MMx #33

Helen said...

Great socks! This sock knitting craze is spreading! have a great week. helen 8

Julie Ann Lee said...

Those socks are just fabulous! I so wish I could do Origami. I must read up about it. Do you use the special Origami paper for your projects? A dear friend once gave me some, but I don't know what I did with it, as it was about 20 years ago! Have a great WOYWW. Julie Ann #35

Belinda Basson said...

As I have said before, my socks would not keep anyone warm as my knitting is always more dropped stitches than knitting! Love what you have made! #46

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh well done, the socks are splendid. Furious knitting huh..is that because you've suddenly got so much lined up to do? I have never used circular needles but imagine it will take some grappling to begin with!

glitterandglue said...

Great socks! they look wonderful and warm. Circular knitting is SUCH fun - you will soon get the hang of it - no moving needles around the circle of the sock. I knitted a shawl for our grandchildren on circular needles - and it was not too hard (time consuming, as at the outside there were something like 675 stitches in the round - but not hard!) HAVE FUN!!
Have a great week.
Margaret #58

Annie said...

That's some speedy knitting been going on in your world...and what fab results too. :-)
Hugs,
A x # 61

Christine said...

My first visit here so I have had a good nosey - wow! love you postings and your socks. DH is about to become a minion fan - he doesn't know it yet but I know him! - so I love the pattern for them......... thank you.
Bishopsmate #73

Ria Gall said...

Morning famfa
you have been knitting like mad and I am loving your wonderful socks just look at those they are great.
Good luck with the folding
Have and extra special WOYWW and week
Hugs Ria #87

Lynda Norton said...

I loved those cosy looking socks last week, now they are on feet they look better still. Long for cosy sock weather now:)

Lynda #96

Glenda Brooks said...

Love the warm socks! Great job!

Elizabeth said...

Did I read that right, there's only the materials for one sock in each bag? The mention of circular needles takes me back ... my granny was an expert sock knitter and used 4 needles for circular knitting. I even recall a sock knitting machine she had too. I believe she knitted many pairs of green ones for soldiers at war when she was still a teenager. Have a lovely day. Elizabeth x #47

Ann B said...

Lovely socks and I bet they keep Huffle's toes toasty warm. Wish I could get round to finishing the one on my needles before it turns chilly, it's been on there for almost a year now.
Ann B
45

Jackie said...

Well done on knitting soooo fast the socks look warm and snugly
Jackie 44
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Monica said...

A sock it to you week I see with socks for all.
Monica 81

pearshapedcrafting said...

Lovely colourful desk and I l.o.v.e those socks! Good luck with the circular needles - I remember my Mum using them! Chris 128

Kelly said...

Cool socks! They look warm and cozy. Creative Blessings! ~Kelly #131

Erika Nittel-Traser said...

Wonderful socks - and such a desk also. Greetings from Erika no. 76