My first attempt at making a pair of socks using the naalbinding technique. No idea what type of stitch I have used here.
The stitches were worked in the round and once I reached roughly where my ankle is I stopped. I then worked the stitches in a straight line to make a band which stretched around my ankle and rejoined the sock.
Then worked in the round again to make the heel of the sock.
Once the hole in the heel had been closed up the sock was more or less finished. The next step could be to add some rows of stitches on top to bring the sock up over my ankle.
Quite pleased with how this has turned out. The socks are a pretty evenly matched pair. The main mistake I have made is that I started off the initial cone of material slightly too large. This means that there is a sort of mushroomy-bulge over my toes which then narrows as it comes down my foot. The socks are pretty soft to wear and make a nice pair of slippers.
I have been wearing these around the flat and have found that the wool on the bottom of my foot is starting to felt slightly as I walk on it.