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Friday, April 22, 2005

We have a SOCK!

Image hosted by Photobucket.com Okay, here it is. I don't think I am all that pleased with this WIP. I am gonna keep going and chalk it up to exp...!

Image hosted by Photobucket.com See the "ladders"? Yuck! I will just keep going and if the sock comes out great I will give the pair away, If it comes less than perfect I will wear it myself:) Not much else to report around here. Brandon the 10 mo. old is getting ear tubes in early May, he is in a world of pain poor thing. Hillard is doing well in school and he will be attending summer school. yeah!!!!

Here are my guys! Gotta love'emImage hosted by Photobucket.com


Blogger Lauren said...

Cute picture of your boys!

Ah, DPNs are such a nightmare with those ladders... I can't seem to ever get rid of them... but I love this yarn you are using! The colors are so pretty!

Hope you have a nice weekend!


6:20 PM  
Anonymous Laura said...

Hey Catherine. Your sock looks great. Don't worry about the ladders. I'm also on my first sock and the same thing is happening to me. We'll get better at it. I think it just takes practice. Hang in there!

8:37 PM  
Blogger amylovie said...

What a houseful of handsome men!

Your socks are coming out great. No one will notice the ladders except you.

Have a great weekend,

6:11 AM  
Blogger Kimberli said...

Great photo!

I think the colors in yuor sock are FUN FUN FUN!

Sorry to hear about the ear tubes for your youngest! I've a number of friends who had this proceedure in their youth. The pain will go away when all is said and done...something to rest your mind on.

8:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ooh, great sock! As for the ladders, you should try transferring a couple of stitches from one needle to another every 3 or 4 rounds. That way, at least the ladders aren't so much of a pattern and will be a little more random.

Don't give up on dpns!

- MJ

1:03 PM  

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