23 May 2008

Do You Think...

...anyone would notice if I just cast this off right here?

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I have to do a whole other one of these in the next 4 weeks!

13 comments:

textillian said...

But you are so close!

Chris said...

It depends on the shoes, of course.

Sara said...

PMP - your feet would notice by getting blisters.

Though honestly, in your shoes (ha ha) I'd probably put those live stitches on a holder, knit the other one, and if time runs out cast 'em both off and wear a sock liner for the rest of your foot. Then finish them after the big day ;)

Unless of course you have hopes of kicking off your shoes and dancing bare-foot or sock-foot.

Anonymous said...

If you don't tell another soul, only your soles will know.

MollyBeees said...

As long as you tuck them into your handsome new shoes who's gonna know? Well me, but I'll never tell.

Anonymous said...

Wow! You got alot done since the retreat!!
Bob from Tampa

FiberQat said...

You'd feel them digging into your arches so at the point when you say "I do" the photos will have this winced look on your face.

I like Sara's idea though. Or graft onto already knitted socks.

I'm assuming the vest is done too.

Anonymous said...

Agree with Sara.

MMario

knitnzu said...

This seems like a perfect excuse to get more needles in the same size as these. So you can start the other sock and see how far you get. Then you can decide if you need to cut it off at the arch or not. It's looking great! (check out the drawing of an animal rehab clinic a 4 year old gave me, it's on today's post...)

KSee said...

your wedding mojo will kick in and all will be done.

Sheepish Annie said...

You know my rule: anything inside the shoe doesn't count. Make of it what you will...

JohnK said...

Maybe it's just me, the bad devil knitter, I'd start number two and leave this unfinished until they are both even. Then I'd wear them unfinished to the wedding knowing I'm loved. you. you are. you are loved.

Lee Ann said...

Wedding mojo?

I believe that is known as "la panique"...

:-)