Monday, January 27, 2014

FO: De Morgan's Law Socks

One of my favorite stitches in knitting is twisted rib. I just love how tight and neat the stitches look. Cookie A. is one of my favorite sock designers because of this; she's all about the twisted rib. I've recently discovered another designer who shares our love of twisted rib- Rich Ensor, who blogs over at That Bald Guy Knits.

pattern: De Morgan's Laws by Rich Ensor
yarn: The Sanguine Gryphon Skinny Bugga! in Adonis Butterfly
needles: 1s 
raveled:  De Morgan's Laws

I started knitting these socks in October of last year. I think my pattern and yarn choice worked perfectly together. I was also glad to use up this sock yarn because I've had it for a couple of years. The pattern is pretty easy if you know how to read charts. I did knit one chart too many on the first sock (even though the pattern warns you), so it sat for awhile until I could bring myself to rip it back. The second sock flew by quickly. The best part about these socks is that besides having such a cool pattern, the ribbing makes them fit really well. I'm definitely going to be knitting more of Rich's patterns in the future!


  1. That's such a neat stitch pattern. I have a shawl in the works with similar stitch pattern, will blog about it this week.

  2. If you finish one pair, and want to keep on knitting, your Mom would love a pair! They are so pretty.