I've been told we're changing the time in the US sometime Sunday morning. I have no idea. I don't know what it means and I'm not worrying about it. Life as a housewife as brought me to this point and I don't care anymore.
Have the knitters seen this yet? I'm just happy to discover a new to me sock designer. Summer is coming, ya know...
After you knit the ribbing (flat), you knit the top of the foot in garter stitch. Then you pick up and knit down one side of the garter area and across the ribbing. Then you go back and knit until everything has been knit. Then you knit back and forth until you have enough garter ridges and that forms the sides of the foot. Then you do the decreases, which form the bottom/sole of the foot. You knit back to the middle of the sole under the toes. I decrease once there so the numbers are even on both sides. Then I turn the slipper inside-out and kitchener. The extra decrease makes the kitchenering much easier. Then you sew up the back of the slipper and cuff.
Any of that make sense? *L*
Also working on another cabled sock because I still have a thing for the cables... and it's too warm for hats.
Yeah, I said it. So? It's not my fault that some of you live in igloos.