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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Man Sock

I'm past the heel on Mickael's first sock and I've just finished the last gusset decrease round. If you knit socks you know what this means. If you don't knit socks, it means that now I just knit around and around until it's time to do toe decreases - autopilot knitting! Mickael realized these were for him over the weekend and he seemed pretty excited about it. I didn't know he was wanting handknit socks so badly or I'd have been knitting him some all along. I think I've got one more pair of socks worth of yarn for him upstairs in the sock stash (I buy 200 grams for man socks), but I might have to do some manly stash enhancement if he's going to be this excited about them! As you can see in the lower right corner, I had assistance with this morning's photos. He's so helpful!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hehehe. Man-sock. That made me giggle.

Looks good so far!!! Very manly colors. :)

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It IS gratifying when one's knitterly efforts are appreciated! Love the helping paw. I have many photos like that, only it's a kitty's paw.

2:27 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

The sock is beautiful. He will want more, I predict. Oh and love that little Golden paw...

11:29 AM  
Blogger Tiny Tyrant said...

Hmm helpful... Is that the new way to describe 'waiting to pounce the minute Mom looks away?'

6:37 PM  
Blogger Lael said...

At least your husband will wear a blue, stripey sock - I'm always afraid my husband will want me to knit him some - he only wears black - solid black. Not very exciting!

Love the "little" paw!

12:34 PM  

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