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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Ink Skyp Socks - Finished!

Skyp socks 
I finished Mickael's socks.  These are the Simple Skyp socks that I upsized for Mickael, knit in Madelinetosh Twist Light in Ink.  I bought two skeins of this because Mickael's socks have always dipped into a second skein, but since I'm attempting to knit a better fitting sock for him (I noticed this winter that the feet of his socks are loose and floppy), I actually knit this pair with only one skein!   I barely made it, but these only took one skein.  Also, I know they'll fit because I made him try them on when I checked them for length for toe decreases and they fit.  This means I have another skein of Twist Light in Ink!  I can make myself a pair of Ink socks now.

I've now cast on another pair of socks for me!  (Not in Ink, you'll see them tomorrow.)



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