I’m excited to say that my version of Kathryn Alexander’s Mitered Triangles socks from New Directions in Sock Knitting is a success!
I joined the Front Leg Panel to the Back Leg Panel with a couple of colorful garter ridges followed by the three-needle bind-off. This left just four groups of 14 live stitches along the top of the sock for the cuff.
I worked the cuff in a few rounds of garter stitch with two shades of red, then used a simple bind-off to complete the sock.
You can’t work this kind of colorwork without ending up with a LOT of ends to weave in. But it didn’t take long for me to finish the task and the inside of the sock is nearly as neat as the outside!
Now that I have my head wrapped around the construction, the mate should be a breeze to knit!
1 thought on “Mitered Triangles — Finished!”
I do applaud your neatness of weaving in the ends, but I can’t help thinking that they won’t be for daily wearing with all those ridges.