One matching pair
These feet are huge
I love the rib pattern, it holds the sock straightI am now finishing my pink socks which is nice because I can knit them whilst hubby is around, photos next time.
I used this pattern after seeing it on Jo's blog, she had knitted her husband a pair, I did enjoy having the rib, it just adds a bit of interest over plain stocking stitch. I managed to knit them when hubby was resting, these are now tucked away with the few stocking fillers I have for hubby.
I am struggling to keep visitors away this week, two reasons, one hubby still gets very tired and secondly they may bring bugs with them, I had a couple neighbours visit on Thursday, but hubby had gone back to bed, so they had to endure just me. Next week we have already a couple of days booked, but we both feel we won’t be so tired.
Friday I spend a glorious hour in the garden, hubby watched from the house, just a tidy, feed the birds and clean the water feeders, it was bliss, not work at all, the sunshine made it really pleasant. Plus I finished all the hard work on my blog book 2017, I will read through a couple more times, I always miss something. I get the best discounts on Black Friday, so I will purchased my book on that day.
As always your comments are uplifting, and supportive, but I was saddened to read Sue from Herindoors,himoutdoors, has decided to stop blogging, due to negative comments on her blog, I really can’t understand why people have to inflict their views in such a way. I often read post on blogs which I don’t agree with, but I don’t comment because I believe we all are different and that’s what makes blogging interesting. Obviously if the authors comments are too much, I just stop following the blog. My point for this comment is simply Sue is having a bit of a hard time, and really needed the support, I know how great it is to get a cheery comment, when times are tough.