The weather has turned damp and chilly…
…it is definitely sock time in the Hitty cupboard for those girls carved with bare feet…
and shoes for those who have them…
Tipsy, Tuesday and Viola wonder if Rose can be prevailed upon to do a tiny bit of tiny sock-knitting!
It’s Socks time here too … cold and wet 😱
Cold and wet is the definition of a Victoria (BC) winter! Socks for all!
Sweet Hittys now clad so warmly. Surely Rose can knit up another pair of socks, can’t she?
Sock-knitting is almost Rose’s favourite all-time activity!
YES! We had our Granny put on her little red socks last week when our temps went down. She is toasty warm now and is always grateful to have them. I guess Winter isn’t far away. Wonder when our first few snow flakes will arrive this year.
Red socks seem like they are probably warmer than other colours – at least that’s what the Quimper Hittys think! We are glad your granny’s feet are toasty warm again! There was snow here in BC last night, though thankfully not here in Victoria!
I do hope Rose will be able to provide cozy socks to keep tiny wooden toes warm and toasty!
Rose has been knitting and purling all day, I am pretty sure that Tipsy will be pleased with the results!
Goodness, what fine yarn Hitty socks must use. Those lilac ones look wonderfully warm and fuzzy.
The lilac socks are a little scrap of Noro Lace yarn. We generally use lace weight yarn, size 1 mm dpn’s and the Tiniest Wee Sock pattern by Meg Bakewell on Ravelry, with some adjusting to fit individual Hitty feet!
oh yes Tipsy needs those tiny toes snuggled into cozy socks!! What little works of art those socks are!!
Luckily Rose is both adept and very willing to knit up a pair for Tipsy’s toes!