Episode 26: Before The Injury…

In Episode 26, Greg and Joey talk about swatching, injuries, and sailors.

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Thank you to everyone who comforted me and provided advice when my first attempt at a cuff was too tight. It should be no surprise that I needed Jenny's Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off (I used the variation described by @yarnesty in her Fergus sock pattern) to make the cuff comfy. I also employed the suggestion from @soxtherapist to increase the cuff six stitches. I love the fit. Also featured is Patty Joy's #🐠👄😚👠, which is as comfy as can be. All in all, I'm very happy with my first venture in toe-up sock knitting. Yarn is from @knitcircus_yarns — it's their Greatest of Ease in the Allons-y! collorway. #knitting #knitersofinstagram #operationsockdrawer #fishlipskissheel

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