Monday, November 19, 2007

Almost done



Just a few rows of the second toe to go (and weave in ends). I'm thinking I might like to do this pair again in a knee sock length.

Molly Bees had blamed the lack of clarity in the last picture on her monitor. Nah, it was a combination of low light and a shaky hand on the part of the photographer. And probably the fact that I have no zoom, so I shoot from a distance, and the cropping sometimes blurs things.

I've sucked it up and ordered a new camera. It probably won't get here until sometime in December, but I have high hopes for it. Optical zoom, image stabilization. It will probably take me months to figure it out, but I'm excited. (Ravelry was helpful here, too. One of the forum threads had lots of good information.)

5 comments:

kmkat said...

I covet your image stabilization. My camera has a 10X optical zoom, which I love, but it is difficult to hold it perfectly steady for those really zoomed-in shots.

MollyBeees said...

Wow! You knit those up fast! Gorgeous! Are you bringing them to how and tell at Sat. Knitting?

Cindy G said...

Mmm, hadn't thought of bringing them along, but I will.

gail said...

What lovely, lovely socks. I've been maxed out on knitting scarves for christmas presents.... Your socks give me the itch to cast on...

Cindy G said...

Thanks Gail! Now I'm motivated to graft the second toe and weave in the ends. :)