Thursday, February 16, 2012

I Haz a HO

If you've never seen The Stockinette Zombies Podcast, than you probably took the title to mean something completely different. Megan & Amy have coined the phrase, HO, as a means to describe a half-finished object.  So if you're knitting socks, mitts, mittens, gloves, wrist warmers.. something with two halves, and you finish 1/2, you can call it a HO.  ;p  Amy is hoping this terminology will spread throughout the knitting world as it has in the podcast world.  I quite like it and have decided to use it here.

I've finished 1 of my Winemaker's Dinner socks.  This pattern is Toe-Up Socks with a Difference by Wendy D. Johnson and knit in LadyBug Fiber Company Superwash 460 Self-Striping Merino/Nylon Sock in the Winemaker's Dinner colorway on US Size 2 circular needles (magic loop).  The yarn is fabulous to work with and of course, I just love any sock patterns that are Wendy D. Johnson's!

Time to CO the 2nd sock so it will be a HO no mo'!



  1. LOVE IT!!! If we all use the term everyone else will start too, right? ;o)

  2. That green really pops. I love it!

  3. beautiful colours! Gorgeous yarn


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