Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Baby Socks- with Sock Monkeys

Hello to all.  I'm new to the blog, but not to a4A.  Since I'm a rabid sock knitter, I always have lots of leftover balls of sock yarn.  What better way to put them to use than to knit baby socks?  Yesterday I put 16 pairs of tiny socks in the mail.
Here they are all planted in my yard before going to the Post Office.
You can find the pattern for these socks at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baby-socks-for-charity
Since the Baby Shower campaign deadline's been extended, I hope to get a few more pairs finished in the next week or so. 
Happy knitting!

4 comments:

Ellen Sloane said...

So cute!! I am working on my sixteenth baby hat for this campaign, but I may give baby socks a try when I'm finished with it using some leftover sock yarn from some sweaters I made for my grandbabies. Thanks for sharing.

Laura said...

Your baby socks are just adorable! I wish I could grow some in my yard but the California drought is not going to make this possible. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern.

sherri said...

Your photos are so inspiring! I've mostly been doing hats, but I may try another pair of socks. I wonder which we are more in need of? I'm sure a deluge will come in at the end.

Carol E. said...

Fabulous socks! Cutest monkeys ever!

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