"There is nothing like the feeling you get when crossing a Finish Line. Whether you cross first, last, or somewhere in between it is unlike anything else and gives us a wonderful feeling of accomplishment."
After I had writers block on the name for this pattern, Andy came to the rescue with Finish Line. It's the perfect name for this fun to knit sock. He came up with it right after we finished the patio which was a major finish line for us to cross. It had taken me a while to come up with the original name of Walk The Line and as soon as the test knit went out another pattern was released with that name. Lydia suggested Hold The Line, which I loved, but had also been used.
Finish Line socks are the perfect sock for first time sock knitters and seasoned knitters alike. This unisex pattern is quick to learn and easy to knit making it a great take a long project. The completed socks sure to please your favorite guy or girl on your knitting gift list.
Finish Line written as a cuff down sock, but can easily be modified for knitting toe up. Instructions are given for using four double pointed needles, but can be converted for using the magic loop method, two circular needles, or your preferred sock knitting method.
The Test Knitters all did a fantastic job and you can see their projects on their Ravlery project pages. Lydia, Jen, Karen, Cathy, Andi and Steph, thank you so very much for all of your help! This was Steph's very first time knitting a sock and she did a wonderful job!
Have I mentioned that the patio is finished? I'm so excited that we can finally sit out on it and relax, I can't even tell you!
I got the idea for putting large stones around the fire pit from Tierney's blog. She has amazing ideas and if you have a chance, be sure to take a peek at her blog. I'm hoping to find a few more stones to add to it when we are fishing.
Last night we light the tiki torches and started a fire in the fire pit. We put our feet up and had a chance to relax and have some time together enjoying the cool evening air. Fall will be here soon and I can't wait to be able to wear hand knits and sit by the fire with a nice cup of cocoa.
PS The den/spare room is finished too!