Tejidos Jigra Knits

November 1, 2006

Calcetines de Alpaca Socks

Filed under: calcetinar, Calcetines, Garments, Knitting, malla, Prendas, punto, Socks, Tejer — jigraknits @ 9:21 pm
I finished another pair of alpaca socks. These have been gently hand-washed and the owner (my eldest) knows not to toss them into the laundry with the rest of his clothes. The blue stripes were added to distinguish them from the already felted and tossed pair knit earlier in the year. When I replace those other ones, my youngest wants the heels and toes to be in blue and the rest in brown. I’d write a lot more, but I have to go do some prep and marking for work tomorrow. socks
Completé otros calcetines de lana alpaca. Estas las lave a mano cuidadosamente y el dueño (el hijo mayor) sabe que no los puede tirar con el resto de la ropa para lavar. Las rayas azules las coloque para que se destiguira mas facilmente este par del otro que tejí, lavé y enfieltré, y tiré a la basura hace pocas semanas. Cuando los remplace, mi hijo menor quiere que le teja de azul solamente la parte de los talones y los dedos y el resto lo teja en cafe natural. Escribiria mas, pero tengo que prepararme y calificar trabajos para mañana.

3 Comments »

  1. Q trome me encantaron como te quedaron estos calcetines de alpaca.

    Comment by Liggy — December 11, 2006 @ 3:56 am

  2. Thanks for the nice comment. My socks are Regia Antik, but I lost the ball band so I cannot tell you the color. Sorry. Your socks are very nice. They look very soft and cozy. Lucky boy to get them.

    Comment by Jan — November 2, 2006 @ 10:12 pm

  3. Those socks are awesome! And I agree with your youngest, I think that blue toes and heels will look great.

    Comment by Carla — November 2, 2006 @ 7:31 pm


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