Brancusi heelflap


I’ve been reknitting the Brancusi sock on finer yarn, smaller needles and more stitches. It’s changed how the overall pattern looks, and for the better. I’ve since turned the heel and started decreasing for the toe after breakfast this morning.

This blurry photograph was taken on the plane to Vegas, two weeks ago. It was a 24-hour jaunt for work to go to Interbike to witness the launching of our latest program: 2 Mile Challenge.

What is it? It’s a challenge to ride your bike for trip under 2 miles: to coffee, to dinner, to the store or to a friend’s house. 40% of US urban trips are 2 miles or less; and 90% of those trips are driven in a car.

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3 Responses to “Brancusi heelflap”

  1. Elemmaciltur Says:

    Looking great!

  2. Ginger Says:

    Looks good!
    Didn’t know knitting needles are allowed on the airplane…
    Mum said whenever she travels, she’ll have to leave her knitting in her check-in luggage, leaving her very very bored and frustrated onboard!

  3. PuNk rAwk pUrL Says:

    i need you to inspire me sockwise…
    i get all hot and bothered to do socks… i get them half way or more (doing two at a time magic loop)… then i poop out. either get hung up on a heel issue, or a wrap and turn y/o thingy… or just plain bored. i have two pairs (that’s 4 socks total) on the needles that are more than a year old. ugh!