Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Escalator Socks now on Ravelry!

Remember the Escalator Socks I talked about earlier? Well, I figured out how to upload it onto Ravelry. So, if you want the pattern, you can now download it from Ravelry. I have yet to find a free way to list it here. I'm doing a lot of teeth gnashing about PDF docs.

Awesome Carolyn vetted it for me, and she contributed an explanation for the wonky stitch movement on Round 13. Let me tell you how hard it is to write up a pattern. You don't see your own mistakes. And what's clear to you is not to others. All I have to say is: "Yay, Carolyn!"

Other news: not much. I dyed like a crazy woman on Sunday, and you'll start to see the results over on the right on my Etsy column.

I tried out my new sock yarn. I dyed up one skein in it to see how it dyed, noble person that I am. It's got great yardage, and takes the dye beautifully. When I dye up some more, I'll list it as Rose yarn. So both grand-girls are now famous. Hubbo will have to come up with something for the 2 boys.

KnittiVritti - Nope I never did figure it out. I did, however, figure out how to upload a PDF file onto Ravelry. That was pretty easy, once I actually did it.


Emily said...

The socks are gorgeous! Can't wait to see the new colorways. I'm working on my first pair of socks (ever) right now and am loving it. :)

Carolyn said...

Aww shucks, Ruth. I was glad to do it!! Had lots of fun. :)
Congrats on getting the PDF to Ravelry. Looks great in there!!

theknittyvritti said...

Ruth, I commend your web tech successes! Did you ever figure out the blog-ring-thing?


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