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Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Heel, Toe, Do, Si, Do

I have been socking along! I finished the first Lorna's Laces Winona Lava Flow sock and I got started on the second. As you can see, I've done the heel flap on the second sock and I'm picking up gusset stitches. The second heel flap did end up with one side pink and one side yellow, but it's not as evenly divided as the first heel flap. Still, I'm pretty happy with the heel flap pooling in this pair of socks.

Onward to the toe!



Anonymous Susan in ID said...

I have to confess that my daughter and I prefer the lighter version from the original. Maybe that is because we can see the stitch pattern better. Thank you for showing both variations.

11:28 AM  
Blogger Yarndude said...

Haha, as a music major, upon reading your title, I instantly sang the "Do, Si, Do" part (they're solfege syllables). It is not a very pretty interval. The socks are pretty though!

12:36 PM  

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