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Pattern: Clementine's Baltic Socks [free PDF], by Diana Jones.
Yarn: Less than one skein of Fearless Fibers (blog here) Superwash Merino Wool Sock Yarn in Brick House.
Needles: Size 1 bamboo DPNs.
Size: To fit a size 6.5 foot.
Mods: To make the socks knee-high, I added shaping in the handy stockinette side panels, and made the ribbing at the top longer.
Time: Casted on July 2007; finished February 2008. They kept me company during two moves and a job hunt. We've bonded.
Thoughts: A great pattern. The pattern repeat was easy to memorize, and those stockinette panels made my first time calf-shaping attempt. They're my best-fitting pair of socks yet, although they'll need some elastic woven in to actually stay up. The Fearless Fibers yarn -- which I was lucky enough to have picked up back when it sold for $14.50/550 yards (still a steal at $19) -- was a wonder. It just going on and on and on -- there's still a good chunk of it left. It was also still my first short-row heel. Overall -- I love them!