Friday, April 2, 2010

Burst

Spring is here and the flowers are blooming (well, today it is raining, but before that!)! This sock is blooming as well! Both the color and pattern just BURST!

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Burst: to break open, apart, or into pieces usually from impact or pressure from within; to give way from an excess of emotion; to emerge or spring suddenly

Pattern: Burst

Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll Tonal, colorway Queen Anne

Needles: US 1.0 (2.25mm) or size to obtain gauge, DPNs or circulars

Gauge: 36 sts = 4 " over stockinette stitch

Size: adult women's average/medium, although size can be easily modified by adding or subtracting an equal number of purl stitches to the pattern in the purl background

Measurements: 7 1/2" foot circumference, 5" approximate leg length

You may go directly to the Knit Picks site to purchase Burst here. The pattern is only $1.99, the price of all of the Independent Design Program Patterns.

You may also purchase it through my ravelry pattern page here .

Happy Spring!!
xoxo Irishgirlieknits


13 comments:

Virtuous said...

Luv them and they so scream spring!!

Crafty Pancakes said...

So beautiful! Just bought the pattern and I can't wait to knit them up. Also, I can't tell you how much I LOVE the fact that you have it written out along with the charts!

Tricia said...
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Tricia said...

You are just a designing whirly girlie. Another gorgeous design!

Channon said...

Those do shout spring!!

Linda said...

Gorgeous pattern Carrie!

Bezzie said...

Beautiful!

Neuroknitter said...

Wow!! You are a designer extraordinaire!! Just beautiful, Carrie! Wowie!!

Happy Spring! Happy Easter! xo

Batty said...

Oh wow. It's so intricate and airy. Stunning, and very spring-y.

newsies said...

Those are gorgeous! I'll be back later...

Halfway Crafter said...

Love, love love that yarn colourway!

JelliDonut said...

Gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Very nice pattern. I think I will be forced (by the yarn elves) to buy this pattern. Nice work!
Colleen in Kansas

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