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Monday, September 04, 2006

The first Holey Sock is done!

[pictures omitted, check out my blog here]

The pattern was not nearly as complicated as it looked once I got started. I did it with some KnitPicks merino sock yarn and size 1's, so I had to increase on pattern repeat. The sock reminds me a lot of that bible story about Jerico; the holes in the columns look like the tower windows in the picture book our religious-nut landlord gave us when I was 8.

Now onto sock #2!

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