They say the hardest part of knitting socks is doing the second one. Let’s just say that to actually have finished one sock is amazing, even if it’s not exactly like the nice neat one in the pattern picture. But done is done and for that I am feeling accomplished. However since this is a trial run before I try my hand at adult socks (and purchased, rather than scrap yarn) I am determined to move on to sock number two to improve my budding sock skills. And just so you know, I’m showing the side of the first sock that looks decent, the other side, well..not so much. Needless to say, I learned some things, and will undoubtably learn more on sock number two. Onward.
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