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Epic Sock Blanket Progress

I haven’t just been getting letters in the mail lately, I’ve been getting bits of sock yarn, too. Several of you have sent your leftovers to me and it’s been so much fun to open these little packages and see all the pretty sock yarn in them.

It has helped immensely with my progress, too.

I’ve got 2 rows completed and just started the third row.

I’m still loving the process and I think it looks pretty cool, too.

Thanks so much to those of you who have sent yarn, as you can see everyone is getting along just fine!

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  1. This project looks like such fun! A nice reminder of sock projects in the past and using up those small leftovers!

  2. This is going to look so fabulous in the end. It’s fun to see all the different yarns and recognize the types. You’re going to have a blast!

  3. Evil, I say, evil. Between you and those ladies over on MDK, this plot to turn me into some sort of blanket knitter! I am saner than that, just keep showing those shots of gorgeous squares. ;^)

  4. LOVE IT! What fun. So you’re taking notes on how you’re assembling these, right? I’m going to want those notes. 🙂

  5. Awesome blanket. I still need to rip one of my sock yarn blankets. I decided I didn’t like the colors together and it has been languishing for years.

  6. What size are your squares? I’ve been working on one of these and the Beekeeper’s Quilt.
    As always – beautiful work 🙂

  7. I love the sock yarn blankets I have seen! They are so cheery with all their different yarns. My friend Christine is making one too, but she has turned her squares so that they are on point. Kind of cool because of the decorative edge, but I have to admit that I personally prefer a straight edge on an afghan/blanket

  8. A couple of years ago, I started a blanket just like that from sock yarn after reading Domino Knitting by Vivian Hoxbo. Each square was started on 43 stitches. Well, it didn’t take long to run out of sock yarn! I didn’t think to ask my friends for left over sock yarn, but I will now! I always enjoy the pictures on your blog.

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