Uncharted Territory

The territory is uncharted, but only because the cables are so simple – k2, p1, c4b, p1, k2 with purl boundaries. The cable repeats are done every fifth row.

Marshmallow Hose 2

And so it shall go until it’s time for the calf increase, at which time . . . ahh, I have no idea. But there’s some time yet. I’m still trying to figure out if I want to put another cable into the calf dart, or just use ribbing. Choices, choices…

I am really enjoying the speed with which these hose are working up. They’ve helped get me over the fatigue of the black sock I just did – quite the palate cleansers, if you will.

Mmmm, palate-cleansing marshmallows . . .

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  1. mtscoastergirl Says:

    they are looking fab! Nice to see the cables are working out – can’t wait to see em tomorrow!

  2. Jess, of the Bugs Says:

    why, for the love of wool, are you knitting acrylic kilt hose?! I’ve about sworn off acrylic. I *have* sworn off Red Heart (see my blog). It’s too squeaky.
    Save the acryl, knit with wool!
    I need to post again and may soon. I’m almost finished with Doc’s socks.

  3. janna Says:

    Did you see that the Harlot posted a picture of a man in a kilt (who is not you) today?

  4. Administrator Says:

    Yay, Canadian kilts! I’m glad she didn’t get too much detail on his hose – I’d be getting jealous.