Finished Canary Kiila Socks

Warm... fuzzy... cabled and pretty. ^^ I love my new socks!

Hand knit Kiila socks by Yarnissima in Joyuna Canary's Song handpainted Palladium luxury sock yarn

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These are the SKA Mystery Sock pattern by Yarnissima, named Kiila (Finnish for 'gusset'). I started them last month and finished them last night, in my hand-dyed cashmerino sock yarn Palladium, in the colorway Canary's Song. I love the way it knit up.

I normally don't like to do cables, but the minicables in this pattern were a cinch. The toe-up gusset heel flap fits great, and the gusset looks great to boot. The pattern was just interesting enough to hold my attention, with the majority of the pattern still in stockinette.

I adore it. ^^ Thanks Yarnissima for this great pattern!

Previously: Delicious Cashmere Kiila Socks



  1. I wish I could knit.You did a beautiful job! These socks are adorable

  2. Gorgeous! I even love the color! I normally don't like yellow, but that is such a nice creamy yellow it is fantastic :)

  3. These look fantastic. And I love the color! :)

  4. They're very cute...great color! I tagged you on my blog (yesterday's post)

  5. You do great stuff! I knit a lot of socks over the years but I am always sad at how quickly they get holes.

  6. Wow, they not only look fine, but warm the heart too at first glimpse.
    This is a miracle of the knitting and your sharing (blog post) makes us (your readers) the lucky participants.
    Thank you.

  7. Pretty socks... this is why I want to learn how to knit! I love pretty soft fuzzy knit socks, way better than mass made crap socks from the local department store, you know?

    I just can't get the hang of it, the 2 needles and the perling... my brain says quit that it hurts!