I took on the challenge of Knitting Olympics 2010 and as the clock ticked down, I finished! As the closing ceremonies commenced I was whipping through the final rows of the foot on Sock 2 and getting through the toe. I was sad to see things end, having really enjoyed the furious frenzy of racing home to see a sport I otherwise pay no attention to, to cheer on athletes from various countries, and to see what many considered redemption as they gained their medals.
The figure skating was my favorite but I was cheering for bobsled, downhill skiing, moguls, speed skaters, snowboarders, all kinds...
On to the pictures:
Down the leg of Sock 1
Sock 1 is complete!
Finished the pair during the closing ceremonies--as can be seen on the TV.
Sock 2 with the handoff to Sochi for 2014
Rocky Butte by Elli Metz
Yarn: Beyond Basic Knits (Sonoma Colorway)
Needles: Size 2.5 (3mm) --the 4" DPNs from KnitPicks. I'm getting better with them.
Why?: Because knitting a pair of socks in two weeks is a challenge for me. A big challenge. I meander along on projects and this was a hard core deadline. Also, I'm taking part in the LnV Fitness Challenge during the months of March and April and I wanted these done for the kick off. To be honest, though, I don't really see myself wearing wool socks to exercise, especially as we've now hit the forties during the day. At night though, warm socks round the apartment are still very much appreciated.
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