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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

One Sock Done

Francie socks 
I've finished the first of my Francie socks and I'm ready to start the heel flap on the second one.  Because of the ribbing, when this sock is not on a foot it looks weirdly long and skinny.  On a foot, you can see the stitch pattern clearly.  This is why I'm making these socks.  I saw a picture of the sole on Pinterest and had to track down the pattern.  I love the look of the sole in this design.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Jane said...

How does it feel to wear? I am wondering about the design on the sole of the sock.

9:08 AM  
Anonymous LeAnnW said...

Me, too.

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Syd T said...

Please let us know how it wears and if it is comfortable in shoes...I understand you need to complete the other sock first...it is stunning!

12:12 PM  

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