April 26, 2012

The Wooly Wonders Fiber Arts Guild will meet at 10:00 am on Saturday, April 28th at the home of Suzanne Karns in Franklin.

The educational program at the April meeting will be an original sock pattern designed by Jerri Walford. In order to have Jerri instruct us in the pattern on the sock, we would like you to have the ribbing prepared ahead of time. Instructions are listed below.

Remember that the 2012 dues ($20.00) are due this month if you have not already paid them.

Don’t forget to bring your show and tell items!

We hope to see you at the April meeting this Saturday.

Wooly Wonders Fiber Arts Guild

If you need directions please e-mail woolywondersNWPA (at) gmail.com


Here are the yarn requirements and the instructions for the ribbing.

Cell Socks

Yarn: 1 Skein – Lana Grossa, Meilenweit Cotton/stretch, 41% Cotton, 39% Virgin Wool, 13% Polymide, 7% Elite (PBT) fingering weight – solid pink, 418 yrds.

For this pattern it is better to pick a yarn with solid color. If one chooses a substitute yarn make sure it is a finger weight and stretchy yarn.
(On 04/04/12 Wolf Creek Yarns had one solid navy and two solid pink)

Gauge: 32s x 40r = 4”x 4”

Needles: Size needed to get the gauge listed above, most often size 2 – DPNS or circular.

Size: M (6-8), L (9-11)

Cast on: 56s (72s)
Close the circle and k1,p1*rib the first eight rows.



  1. Is there a meeting this Saturday and where? Let me know.
    Thanks Ginnie

    • Hi Ginnie, I sent an e-mail a couple days ago saying that we need a place to meet, but so far no one has e-mailed back with a place. I have found out that at least 4 people who normally do come are not able to come. I am waiting until Noon today to see if anyone comes up with a plan. Julie

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