WIP Whatever Day

I’ve been working on the sock little by little each day. I have less than an inch of the leg and the ribbing to go. Totally doable in one sitting if I just pick it up. Must pick it up. I want to start on my Arachne sweater but I’m not allowed to until the socks are done.

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13 Responses to WIP Whatever Day

  1. Evelyn says:

    They’re looking good! I make rules for myself like that all the time. Hope you get them done soon and on to the next project!!


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  2. kathyreeves says:

    You’ve got this, on to Arachne today! I love these socks, actually I love all your socks!

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  3. Cheer, cheer, applaud! Keep it going!

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  4. chrisknits says:

    I haven’t touched the knitting in over almost a week! But the sewing machine is probably smoking from all the work. I’ve made 39 masks, I guess I should make another just to get to an even 40? I’m masked out. I almost sewn out, so I might try to get some knitting in if I remember how. LOL

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  5. I love those socks. You need to finish them, as I am really looking forward to seeing your Arachne.

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  6. Alissa Head says:

    You are so disciplined. 😁

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  7. They are looking fabulous! You make the coolest socks! And yes, you are very disciplined 🙂

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  8. Olivia says:

    Same. I have one baby booty I’ve been working on for a week, a week! Sigh.

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  9. LDSVenus says:

    Love the way you have done the heels with the colors :),

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  10. salpal1 says:

    This was days ago, so you are likely finished, but I wanted to support you and say that you can do it! Especially with a sweater waiting in the wings!


  11. Bobbie Jean says:

    I look forward to learning how to knit socks but all knitting has been put aside until life settles down. I cannot concentrate for the life of me and knitting used to be my tranquilizer. Dealing with two deaths, a leak from a pipe in our attic, the ceiling caving in and falling down around us in a bedroom and in the living room downstairs, walls leaking, plumbers invading my sacred space, having to plan to have rooms completely rebuilt after everything has been dried, the constant noise of the dryers and having our home look like a movie set leave no room or time for anything else.

    I shut the door and chose today as the day to catch up on reading all of the blogs I follow. It’s the only escape available at the moment. I don’t remember the last time I’ve been away from home. This is my new norm. Thanks for your posts. Learning how to knit socks will top the list of things I look forward to doing once life settles down. Until then . . .

    Be safe and be well.

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    • Oh no! I’m sorry you’re having extra stresses at this already over the top stressful time.
      I’ve been using my knitting as an escape from the stress. It’s something I can control:)


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