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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Black Sock

I'm more than halfway through with the leg of the second, manly, black sock.  I have found that working on it during the day makes a difference in mistakes, dropped stitches and split stitches that I don't catch until later, when I'm working on it again in better light.  It's much less frustrating to work on it in daylight, so that's what I'm planning to do.  I'm so glad this is the second of the manly, black socks.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I remember when I was showing my step-daughter a shawl I had made. She said she would love one like it, but in black.

I just laughed. Lace and black? I don't think so.

4:06 PM  

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