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Wednesday, July 23, 2008



That's why Jitterbug sucks!!! Their yarn is so soft and scrumptious but yardage really really sucks. I would say cut the toe off the other sock, get some contrasting yarn and make both toes the same color so they're matching.

I am so amazed at how many socks you got done!


Lovely, can't believe you've done another pair this quickly! I'd do contrast toes on both, Jitterbug can be a right pain, infact there are alot of pooling issues I've seen in the Pooling groups in ravelry too!


Why not just make a contrasting toe? It'll be in the shoe after all.... Or make two contrasting toes.... That's what I'd do....but I'm weird that way.


That's why I divide my yarn into two equal balls up front. 'Cause I do like knitting cuff down.

Personally, I'd reknit so that both socks were identical in the foot and then knit contrasting toes.

Good luck with the Ravelry plea.


I might be able to help you. I just finished socks with King fisher and have some left over. I casted on todya a camera cozy but it does not take much. I can see what i have and mail it to you, depending on where you are located & cost... we can figure something out. get back to me. my sister told me about your situation, she is knit and purl mama!


Yep --thisis why Iknit toe-up. I wish I could help you find some yarn.

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