Am I suppose to be working?

JerryO's picture

Afternoon---the time when my mind starts to wonder away from work toward tonight's activities.....Should probably wash my car on the way home, BUT I have two birthdays coming up which translates into needing to knit two pairs of socks. Let's see, one sock 3/4 done means about 20% done...Drat.

I'll work out first tonight though---to limber up my muscles.

For the past year, I have been knitting socks for friends for their birthdays. At first, it seemed easier, but now that I've dropped down to size 2 needles and 4 ply (from size 3 and 6 ply), it take about 7-8 days to make a sock---Is that average? Feels slow to me. Combined with May & June I have 5 friends/family members who I want to knit for...Oh, and don't forget the 50th Birthday Party----a group of friends are all celebrating their 50th birthdays together and I got it into my head to knit them Angora Scarf's: 2 down 2 to go....

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scottly's picture

That's what I'm doing this

That's what I'm doing this year - socks for everyone. I can do a pair in 10 days if nothing interferes. I've been using size ones but my next pair will be on 0s. My biggest problem is that I want to keep them once they're done. :-)

PeterMark's picture

Wow! You are incredibly

Wow! You are incredibly generous for all the knitting you do for all your friends. Of course I've done some knitting for gifts, but sounds like you are quite the standard - bearer. How do you assure you get the correct size for all these socks?

Peter