I knitted socks using the rainbow as my guide

I can’t get enough of the rainbow! I love stripes and bright colors that intermingle and glow! Maybe it’s because there is not enough colors outside this time of the year? Everything is gray and muddy, I have to color my own world. I hope you’re doing that too?

After the ripple blanket I went on to my rainbow socks! Do you name your socks? I always do. Search for socks in my blog and you’ll see what the previous pairs have been called!

This is me knitting in a comfortable position:

Knitting socks
Self portrait!

In my lap
In my lap is my knitting, my old craft tote with Hello Kitty and the ripple afghan.

Rainbow socks
The yarn: Opal Feelings sock yarn. Bought at Syfestivalen from Britt.

Pattern: Also from Britt knitting socks in Swedish

Needles: 2,5 mm

Started: June 2007 I think while having fika with my friend Sandra

Finished: Week 2 of January 2008

Feeling: Fun to knit! I like knitting stripes, especially with this self striping yarn where you don’t need to weave in the ends every time you change color. Isn’t that neat?
Knitted socks

Rainbow socks

After finishing the first knitting project of the year I’ve been listening to the new radio show Lifehack Live in my ipod while knitting on a fuzzy project in this yarn! from China. You’ll soon see what it is! The Lifehack Live show is great, with tips on productivity, business and organizing! I really like it and recommend you to listen to one or two shows this week.

I’ve gotten the award You made my day by both Yvonne and Tine (who is going to have a baby)! If you have commented on this blog in 2008 you’re on my list of people who has made my day!

Thank you to all of you for being so nice to me!

Take care!

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18 Responses to I knitted socks using the rainbow as my guide

  1. Linnea says:

    Hanna, those socks are beautiful!! Well done on them :o)!! I have a stripey (chocolate brown & baby blue) sock that I started last year…and I haven’t finished them yet. This gives me some inspiration to get back to it and finish them!! Thanks & I hope your week is off to a great start.

  2. PJ says:

    Oh, the colors are just so beautiful! That comfy pic of your ripple afghan working on your sock is just PERFECT!

  3. Tere says:

    Those are lovely :) You’re so productive, it’s an inspiration.

  4. Alison Gibbs says:

    Hanna those socks will surely brighten up any cold, dull day.

  5. Rainbow socks are great, I could do with a pair, too, the weather is gloomy over here… (wait, I do have a pair of rainbow socks in my drawer, yikes! *^v^*).

  6. violetkey says:

    Congrats on finishing your colorful socks! Thanks for stopping by my blog – i have started on Jan. block print =)

  7. Tamara says:

    What bright and cheerful socks. I love them! What fun to wear.

  8. Those socks ALMOST make me want to learn to knit! They’re delicious. Nicely done!

  9. Nita Leland says:

    Your colors blow my mind. I’m a rainbow person, too. I love the colors on your blog–especially your mother’s tablecloth the other day. From what you’re doing these days, I foresee a bright year for you in 2008.

  10. MissKoolAid says:

    I love the socks. So full of yummy colours! At one point in my life, I used to be known for always having crazy colourful socks… Hmmm, maybe I should start again!

  11. Elizabeth says:

    those are gorgeous! you are very good at that. :>

  12. Miri says:

    Farver ! Det l?nges vi efter- i s?r denne vinter , der her i DK , bare har v?ret gr? og trist.
    Selvstribende str?mpegarn – det er alts? sjovt at strikke med!

  13. Pippa says:

    What wonderful socks!

  14. Melly says:

    oooohhhhh, I just LOVE your stripy rainbow socks and your ripple afghan!!! The colours you have used are just so yummy and delicious! TOO CUTE!!!

  15. claudia says:

    It?s easy to be nice to you!

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  17. Elorine says:

    I was surprised to see all these fabulous colours in your knitting work.
    I like to see your rainbow blanket and I like your socks, too.

    That’s great !

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