SoXperience 2015

Posted by Caroline Hershey

With names like Fish Lips Kiss and Sweet Tomato how could we not have an exciting time of it?

Everyone came with their little socks started, whether from toe up or top down, and we first tried Cat Bordhi’s Sweet Tomato Heel. Several wedges later, we understood the process and knew we could try it on regular size socks. And then on to the fishy ones. A similar construction with definite differences – hope that makes sense. But we liked that one too. By the end of Sunday there were two camps – one for the fish and one for tomatoes. Isn’t it wonderful how you can gather these techniques and have them available to draw upon when you are working on your next project. Look at this lovely group and theĀ  great heels coming along:

group-sox2015 sock-heel1 sock-heel2 sock-heel3 sock-heel4 sock-heel5 sock-heel6 sock-heel7

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