Friday, June 29, 2012

Fiber Arts Friday: Back on Track

I have been able to get back on track with the gusset increases for my first Challah Sock.  :-)

I ripped out six rounds, threaded the stitches with a sewing needle then replaced the circular needles.  Many thanks to Sarah for that tip.  :-)

I have just a few rounds to go before I can start the heel, again. :-)

I hope you're enjoying your Fiber Arts Friday.  Please join us over at Wisdom Begins in Wonder and remember that the Tour de Fleece starts tomorrow!  There's still time to join in, if you're curious. ;-)


Dutch Hollow said...

Ugh I hate ripping out! Good tip though with a needle and thread?

Pretty color yarn for your sock.

Heather Woollove said...

This just looks painful to me...but knowing you, I know that the end result will be worth all of the struggle(!). :)

Sarah JS said...


And hurrah for seeing you this coming Monday!

And hurrah (BIG hurrah) for Friday!

Voie de Vie said...

I'm with Heather - but if you have something at the end that works, then it's all good.

And good luck to Hubba. Keep us informed.

Vivian said...

At least the sock is now on the right track, it's extra time to enjoy the yarn ;-)

Good luck to Brad in London!

I mostly do vinyasa flow, the motions work very well with my body. Glad you enjoy it too.

Melissa Plank said...

Looking good, you'll be finished in no time! Sending good thoughts your way for your husbands success! Stay safe out your way!

Spinster Beth said...

When I was a beginning knitter I would never rip. I consider it a badge of maturity now that I am willing to! Can't wait to see the socks all done!

WonderWhyGal said...

oooh, that sock is looking great. I haven't tried a toe up before. I hope the gusset goes well and the rest of the sock is smooth for you.

You were right, TdF does start tomorrow. I don't know why I've had July 1 in my head...I guess I'm just ready for June to end.

Melissa said...

It's looking good....hopefully it will go quickly now.