The 'Baby's First Christmas' ornaments are complete!
I will hang then on the tree just before the kids get here!
The rest of the day I spent paring down the studio so I can convert it to a guest room area.
I do like the wide open look!
This is sock two which would be good news if I finished sock one.
But I didn't.
That knitter's quiet voice that tells you something isn't right but because you are enjoying the knitting you ignore.
The sock is too narrow. It has four less stitches than I usually have for my socks (56 sts).
Four stitches means 1/2 " which means the sock has to be ripped out.
Bad feeling number two is stirring, the yarn for sock 1 is much thinner than the yarn in the skein for sock 2.
Plan A is to finish sock 2, rip out sock 1 and begin knitting it. If it looks really differently, rip them both out and make a cowl!
This, ladies and gentlemen, is extreme knitting; the kind that keeps us on the edge.