When We Last Visited The Sock

The shawl is done and hopefully later today I can find a place to block it.

Now that I’ve completed the three big projects for Knights of the Loopy Table challenge I can get to the two pair of socks I’d planned to knit way back when I had so much time ahead. I have to have my projects completed and posted by December 31, 2018. There is a chance I’ll get them done.

Anyway the last time I showed you the sock was early October. I don’t know what I’d do without the blog telling me that I’m ready to start the heel. Hopefully I’ll get to that tonight.

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8 Responses to When We Last Visited The Sock

  1. I love the way it’s working up! Do you know what kind of heel you’re going to make?

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  2. Oh now I’m starting to want to knit socks again! You have lots of time. ITs going great!

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  3. chrisknits says:

    My shawl project is blocking and will be dry in time for presenting tomorrow before the wedding. Can’t wait to see her in her finery with the shawl draped around her shoulders. Can’t wait to see yours blocked out.

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  4. wysdomwrites says:

    Can’t wait to see the finished shawl! Me and socks on needles don’t get along. Maybe one day…

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  5. kathyreeves says:

    Blog notes have saved me more than once! Those will be very nice socks!

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  6. Olivia says:

    Same. I finished 3 projects and went back to the socks I started in August.

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