Sock on, Tommy

I’m part way down the gusset on the Magic Loop socks. Here they are, with the gusset stitches ready to be picked up

ML-9-About-to-pick-up

Knitting the heel flap was definitely an easier process using Magic Loop – turning the heel was no different, as you would imagine to be the case. The jury is currently out on the matter of the gusset – I’ll offer an opinion once it is completed. For now? Fiddly! and awkward.

Overall, I’d say that I think my sock knitting is speeded up with Magic Loop – this sock seems to be progressing very quickly indeed!

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Oh, deer

Oh, deer

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2 Comments

  1. SpinningGill
    October 7, 2008

    Spinball Wizard! LOL

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