Saturday, February 16, 2008
This is my very first partially finished knit sock. The yarn is called Sockotta and knits up in these delightful stripes so that you're not having to change colors all the time. Very cool. Learing how to knit socks is on my list of goals for the year, so I'm tickled to death that I'm on my way.
I've run into a bit of a problem though. I am working on the heel ~ it has 32 stitches on the needle for the heel ~ the next row instructions read as follows:
slip 1, knit 16, ssk 1, turn
To my pea brain, that leaves 12 stitches still on the needle ~ huh??!
The next row is even more confusing, only giving instruction for 6 stitches.
I bought the pattern and yarn in a great little shop in Seaside called Creative Beginnings. The girls who work there are wonderful and I know will help me out, so I think a trip to Seaside is definately on my list of to do's this weekend.
Posted by Paula at 7:35 AM