Friday, October 13, 2006

One down... to go.

Since I've never really knit a sock (except for a single acrylic worsted weight test sock about a year ago, just to prove that I could), I have a couple questions:

1. My ankle has disappeared when wearing these. Is that normal?

2. They fit well, but will they start to slide down because the Koigu doesn't have any elastic in it?

3. How the heck do I go about blocking these things?


  1. It is natural for ankles to disappear in those socks as they have been whisked to another dimensional with magical bread-fish and rows and rows of peanut butter.

    I wouldn't worry too much.

  2. Yeah as long as you dont have that freaky no ankle thing once the socks come off for the sandles, you're ok.

    You gotta love the ghetto late. don't forget the almost equally popular, "Crazy upper-eastside Old People Hot Choclate," Where crochety old men & women bitterly aruge with Starbucks employees, that they need a cup of hot water to take their meds. This complaint is often coupled with a racist remark if that barista refuses.... Howeever, once given hot water, it's off to the condiment stands for the entire container of chocolate poweder & milk.

    Personally, I'd have to say, I'm not all about the Upper East Side hot coco. If you live on the upper east can afford the damn drink! It's less with out Espresso anyway.