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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Sock, Again

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I'm just about to the halfway point on the second sock!  I always figure the heel is the halfway point (whether it is or isn't, I don't know, but that's where it is in my head).  There were questions the other day about the pattern, so just to recap, this is the Cranberry Biscotti pattern (free!) that I'm making for Mickael.  I'm using the Loopy Solid Series in Olive, Black and Tan.  I'm really enjoying knitting these and I will probably make a pair for myself at some point.  With all the colors this yarn comes in, I could make these any color I want.  And of course there are other yarns too!

Just to clarify from yesterday's post, Logan was actually staring at Max, not bacon, when I took that picture, but Max seems to taste pretty good as far as Logan is concerned.  At least he spends a lot of his time walking around with spiky hair, covered in dog spit, so I'm guessing he must taste good.  Thankfully, he starts it as often as Logan does and he is a good bather, so the dog spit never lasts long.

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Blogger Nicole said...

I always think of the heel as the half-way point, too. If we're wrong, don't tell me. I don't want to know. :)

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