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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

One Down

Ink skyp socks 
 I've finished the first Skyp sock for Mickael and started the second one.  When I made him try it on to see where I should begin toe decreases, he commented that I should probably have his foot measurements written down somewhere.  I might.  I might not.  I have no idea and I have no idea where I would have written them if I did.  I should probably add notes to the project page in Ravelry.  Then I'll be able to find them later (maybe).



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lol... I have a cardboard template for me and the Mr.'s feet, for just this reason (can never remember measurements).
Nice blue!

1:47 PM  
Blogger Connie said...

I did foot outline of my husband, son and son-in law on pieces of paper. My son in law is size 13 so his took two pieces! Love the socks.

6:27 PM  

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