If you are unsure if socks will fit you or not it is nice to knit them from the toe up, as you can try them on as you knit them. Like these
which I am knitting at now for Ruben.
Here are the finished Twisted socks that I was knitting on my last post.
which I think have an elven look to them, but I am disappointed with the ribbing on the cuff. The ribbing isn't very stretchy so the cuff does not hug the leg, though it does stay in place.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
I might be a fast knitter, but whenever I knit my left and right socks seperately they never seem to match up. You may say this is a good thing, because your feet are usually a little different in size as well. I however, like things to match up. My solution? Knit both the right and left sock at the same time of course! This way they will both have the same tension and number of rows throughout the process.