I still have fit issues. I understand the mechanics of sock knitting but do not have the patience or the fortitude to adjust the pattern for my feet. Instead, I just strictly knit the pattern as-is. Although, this pattern calls for size 1 needles, but I just could not get those to work for me. This sock was knitted on size 2 needles. (Hint: If you click on the pictures, you can get a closer look.)
|No cables, but the look is intricate|
|I'm not sure I like this heel|
|Macy said I did a good job.|
I have a ton of sock yarn in this colorway (deep solid purples, blues, and pinks, with variegated versions too). I'm leery to do a cable pattern because I have problems with knitting cables on such small needles and cable patterns are a lot of damn work! Socks can be nice when they are a quick knit (comparatively speaking). I'm the type of knitter that is okay with taking time on a project when the pattern is easily memorized. My cat blanket took me longer than I normally like, but the pattern was so easy to do and also to put down and be able to pick back up at any time. Cable patterns....not so much.
Sunday nights are my favorite at this time because it means Mad Men, even though Monday morning is right around the corner. I'm going to get my Sock Two on the needles right now so I can feel I had an even more productive weekend.
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