Accountability Report #2

Yesterday was a mostly hang around the house day. It’s rare for us. We normally find reasons to go out. N had practice in the morning. I did some laundry. While waiting for each load to finish I worked on the sock. Once I got through the colorwork the rest was easy peasy. We grabbed an early dinner out. I got back to the last few decreases of the toe and immediately cast on the next sock shortly after we got home.

Once I had that first sock done and I looked at the remaining yarn and decided that the best plan was to knit a complimentary sock, not an identical sock. It’s the fun choice really. And getting through this second sock is going to require all the fun I can muster.

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9 Responses to Accountability Report #2

  1. Laura Kate says:

    I find the colorwork on your sock very charming. Nice work.

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  2. Knitting involves so many mind games, doesn’t it?

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  3. chrisknits says:

    Good for you, you are halfway through this first lesson, you will find the strength to finish!!! Or you can just ask someone for their class notes! LOL

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  4. kathyreeves says:

    Complimentary sounds great! You’ll get through this in true grad student style, hunkering down and getting it done!

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  5. Woooooo!!! Yay for the first one done!
    Sometime everybody has to trick themselves a little bit. Complementary is a great idea 🙂 And it will look really cool as well as being the fun option!

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  6. ReginaMary says:

    Yay! Kudos for casting on right away. It looks great!

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  7. Alissa Head says:

    I can’t wait to see your complementary sock!

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  8. Stefanie says:

    Whippin along! *thumbs up*

    Liked by 1 person

  9. LDSVenus says:

    Oh my gosh, I love that pattern, your sock is so beautiful!

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