So last night I was buzzing along on my Arch-Shaped socks and I got the part where you begin the arch shaping, well actually it was the final row of the gusset… the set up row! Round 5!!! I read it maybe, ummm, 10 times! Then decided to just jump in.
OK, things seemed fine and I merrily knit away. It wasn’t long before I realized I wasn’t making the M1 correctly (a dumb mistake that I know better than to do this) but I did WRONG! and what happens when you do it wrong? yep! holes! This picture looks like the toe of a sock, but it is the heel!
So why did I keep knitting if I knew it was looking like this?
But Shanda just kept knitting, thinking to myself “I can fix this later”. I tried them on anyway, and love the way they fit, however holes on the bottom of my foot in my socks is not a good thing. Did I mention that I was so involved in making these socks I almost forgot to eat dinner… Almost, I said. I’ll show you the rest of my beautiful sock pictures, so you can see how pretty they are.
Leg Done… still loving this sock.
Inside heel flap done, still feeling the love.
Outside heel flap, looking good, and knitting up fast!
What a cute little heel cup!
So this brings us to real time. Time to back up and start this little cutie again at the beginning of the gusset. One reason I think this will be easy is because I’m at the part where the pattern says I have two choices on how I continue the foot of the sock… and so I say “E GAD”.
Rick was on duty all night last night and is sleeping so I’m off to the grocery store and then back to do some quiet knitting… or tinking, un-knitting, frogging, whatever!
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