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My father's family homesteaded an area that they called Summit Point. As a child I visited the area several times to gather wood, help clear a new area for the wheat field to expand, to swim in the ponds and picnic with my grandparents. The place is covered in beautiful red soil wheat fields, red cedar trees, pinyon pines, elk, deer, coyotes, rabbits, etc. It's heaven on earth to me. Many memories that are held dear happened out on Summit Point. This pair of socks were created to commemorate this special place in my heart. The design features lace panel's of wheat heads and there is a small cable up the back of the leg symbolizing how my life is intertwined with this land. Come share my love for this place and perhaps a memory of special times with your grandparents as well. Make a pair for yourself today. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit in the round read a graph basic sock construction GAUGE 15 sts = 2 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Average Adult woman SUGGESTED YARN 320 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Supreme Possum Merino COLORWAY natural

Supplies Needed

  • One set of five size 3.00mm (US size 2) dpn's
  • Tapestry needle

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The Twisted Hare
The Twisted Hare
I love all crafts and art. My grandmother taught me to knit and crochet, my grandfather taught me to oil paint and watercolor, my great-grandmother taught me to sew and design clothes, and my mother taught me how to quilt and embroider. Funny thing is, they all taught me these things starting when I was about five years old. I continued to develop my skills all the way through high school winning contests and awards along the way. In college I was able to support myself by selling clothes I had designed and sewn and crocheted baby items. I spent about 15 years sewing professionally for a variety of businesses and then switched gears to my knitting skills and began designing and knitting socks. I still spend about 6 to 10 hours a day designing and knitting, own a yarn store, have taught myself to spin yarn, and weave, and teach classes on all of it. I feel SO fortunate to have been raised by such an incredibly talented family. It has brought me countless hours of pleasure and has allowed me to bless the lives of others who love and appreciate such items but never had the opportunity to learn.