|In the beginning Rudy was fascinated by my work and Kracken just wanted to steal my yarn.|
My sock will be lonely, living live as one part of a pair. I won't be making another. Well, that isn't exactly true. I won't make a match for this one, but I will make more socks. This one has some definite
But know I get the mechanics of holding the needles. I have an understanding of the stitches and what they do. I can shape a cuff, heel, gusset, and a toe. Also, this was a pattern for an ankle sock (don't laugh, I know its 14 inches long), but I wanted practice so I didn't stop knitting. Because the cuff dimensions were for an ankle, it didn't do well over the calf to the knee. A little snug.
At this point I have two options. One is to mount the guy and hang it in my sewing room. I like this idea. The other is to stuff it with batting and catnip as a toy for Kracken. He obviously has loved this wool yarn from the beginning.