RATS! It's huge on my foot.
Let me just say that I have great ankles...and this sock is not showing them off!
So, sniff, I ripped out the entire sock. Good bye knitting.
It took a lot less time to pull out the yarn than to knit it up. I was using a new custom fit sock pattern where you do a sample stitch, measure your foot and the figure out how many stitches to use. I checked my old instructions and realized the "custom" sock instructions had 20 stitches more. Um, no wonder it was sagging and bagging.
Sock knitters know the hardest part of the sock (if knitting cuff down) is getting the cuff started without twisting the top. It took a few ripped stitches but I have about 4 rows done with all the ribs lined up correctly. It will go fine now that I have it started. Of course, it may be another year before I get this single sock done and then there is the second one!
Are you a sock knitter? Do you prefer knitting cuff down or toe up? I thought I liked the cuff down method but I'm beginning to think toe up might be easier. Tell me what you like and why!
This is the first time I've done a blog post from my iPad. I don't have as many options with this but I'm happy to see it works.
Happy Quilting All! (and knitting!). Bonnie