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Tuesday, June 03, 2014

One Down, One on the Go!

I’ve finished my first aqua footie sock (just like the red footie sock and the wasabi footie sock), and I’ve begun my second one!  These things are so fast, I really think everyone should knit them.  Once you knit your first one, the rest of them just zip right along.  Also, they’re really cute and just use a tiny bit of yarn, that you probably have in your stash anyway and it’s not doing anything there.

Or at least those are my reasons for knitting them.



Blogger Tiny Tyrant said...

I started knitting these as well, and I went into robot mode on the toe, so I did an increase row then 1 knit row. then increase row, etc... That is how i normally do toe up. Then I looked at the instructions which said 1 row increase, 2 rows straight knit...

Just curious if you did the same thing.

and no I did NOT frog it. This is a normal toe for me.

2:40 PM  

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