The Think Outside the Sox contest had several participants from here in Georgia, including some of the winners. Here are the links:
#275 by Charles D. Gandy of Clayton won the South West Trading Company Unleash the Creativity category.
#047 by Betty Salpekar of Woodstock won the Skacel Socks to Dye For category.
#270 by Charles D. Gandy of Clayton won the Regia Best Foot Forward category.
#290 by Amy C. Rutter of Marietta won the Cherry Tree Hill Lace Socks category.
#047 by Betty Salpekar of Woodstock won the Grand Prize.
Other Georgia entries include:
#003, where she was truly Thinking Outside the Sox, and #153 which is a tour-de-force of traveling stitches, both by Betty Salpekar. Betty is a past member of Atlanta Knitting Guild and a current member of North Georgia Knitting Guild.
#98, #276, & #277 by the prolific, imaginative, and inventive Charles D. Gandy.
#291 by Amy C. Rutter, a leaf and flower pattern which would be just perfect for spring.
#231, a fashionable entry by Jacqueline Wilson of Dallas.
#105 by long-time guild member, teacher, designer, and author Janet Johnson Stephens of Roswell. Jan is also a member of North Georgia Knitting Guild.
#269, a dramatic pair in the colors of a sunset, is by guild member and Peachtree City resident Gay Lynn Barson.
#119, a sole-up knit-one-below pattern, is by Mableton resident and current guild president Jolie A. Elder, who is also a member of North Georgia Knitting Guild.
The entire album of all 292 socks can be viewed by starting at this link.