I was walking home from town and I passed a mossy brick wall and I thought to myself, ‘that colour reminds me of the Crazy Zauberball wool I bought…for the socks I never blogged about’. These poor socks had been laying in my sock draw since the beginning of the year waiting to be photographed.
I bought the ‘Spring is Here (2136)‘ Crazy Zauberball yarn by Schoppel in a sale at my local knitting shop. I’d been eyeing it up but it was £10.50 a ball so I held off buying it for a while as I was planning my owl jumper. When it was reduced to half price and contained two of my favourite colours, how could I not?
The colours are a feast for the eyes. They’re so zingy and each coloured section is made from two colours stranded together. I think this brand and colour is the nicest sock wool I’ve ever used. The moss green is so bright and cheerful, I can see why this colourway has its name.
I decided to use a really simple pattern for these socks to show off the colour and texture of the wool. The pattern was a free Opal sock yarn pattern.
“Houston, we have a problem!”
I have an issue with sock making. I knit from the cuff down to the toe and my toe decreases never seem to be perfectly symmetrical both sides.
One side is slightly higher than the other. It’s only minor but it really bothers me 🙂
Anyway, I could keep posting photos of this yummy wool all day…