Regia Sock 10-17-03

One Sock Down

Even without the competitive aspect of sock knitting, I was still able to get the first sock done.

Sock Knitting Non-Competition

It sucks that Lisa has been too busy to keep going on the sock knitting race, but at least I get to see some of the fruits of her labor this weekend. She produces a drama series at an amazing theater, that’s not too far fom my house.

I get to go see the closing matinee tomorrow. The amazing thing about it is, she not only got comp tickets for me and Thaddeus, but also for a good friend whose birthday it is tomorrow. Even more amazing, when the tickets arrived last week in the mail, they were front row, center seats. I can’t tell you how excited I am about seeing this show.

And here’s the first sock:

Regia Sock 10-17-03

I’ll be starting the second one today.

Other Great Gift

With all the excitement around Stitches, I completely forgot to mention a gift I got from my knit-friend Kathy at Stitches (I think she felt guilty that I was giving her yarn from winning the blog contest, so she felt compelled to give me this incredible gift).

Antique Needle Case

This little wooden peg, is made up of what appears to be a very old wood, that’s been worn down a little with use over the years. When I separated the two pieces, I realized it was an antique needle case, but even more incredible, there were all of these old needles inside the case.

Antique Needles

A couple of the needles are flat instead of cylindrical, and one of the cylindrical ones has a little, tiny ball on the tip to make it blunt.

I used one of the flat ones to sew up the Regia sock. Thanks Kathy, I LOVE it.

Reader Comments/Questions

I refer back to a question from Sammi that I answered last week. She asked if I was using Regia Stretch for this pair of socks.

I told her and you that I wasn’t, but I lied. I was just looking at the label, and realized it was Regia Stretch all along. Sorry for being so oblivious. I don’t feel a lot of stretch, but I guess it has more than the regular Regia.

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