C is for…

“C” may be for “cat”
C is for catC is for Cat

but “C” is also for “cow”
C is for cowC is for Cow

and for “Cranes”
C is for craneCranes
I folded 1,000 of these back when the US first invaded Iraq and prayed for peace with each one. Some went to friends, some went to the graveyard at Manzanaar and some are still in my house. So far, my wish hasn’t been granted. I may have to fold another 1,000.

“C” is also for “complete” as in, it feels good to COMPLETE something like a pair of socks!
Twinkle toes completeTwinkle toes complete
Twinkle Toes completeTwinkle Toes complete

I love these socks, I love Cookie’s patterns, but I really really do NOT love the heel gusset and flap. They don’t fit my feet well, too wide, as is obvious in one of the pictures. This is fine and comfy in a pair of house socks, but if I’m knitting a pair to wear with shoes, I’m definitely going to stick to my tried and true short row heel. That one never fails to fit juuust right.

Now I’m off to the salt mines, where we are doing our post holiday, pre-fiscal-year-end inventory from hell all night. Please God, let there not be a million recounts. I’ve been precounting all week. I might just cry.

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About Maia Rainwood

Owner and Maker at Maia Rainwood Design. Wearable art for wise women, birth keepers, witches, and world-builders.
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3 Responses to C is for…

  1. Dave says:

    Those socks look so comfy cozy — gotta love thick socks in the wimter!!

  2. Mouse says:

    Those socks are gorgeous! I really hate heel flap socks as well because they never fit me. I’m totally sold on the short row heel.

  3. wondermachine says:

    Wow. Those socks are THE BOMB!! Love’em! I know you were a bit worried about the colorway with that pattern but they’re stunning.

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