Friday, May 4, 2007

Angelpix? Yoohooo!!!

HEY! I hope you see this post, b/c I can't find you. I'd love to help you with your decreases, but am unable to email you b/c no email address was left with the comment you left on my blog.

Just in case you see this and just don't want to email me. :)

I decreased every 12 rounds (once per pattern repeat) 3 times. Then every 6 rows 3 times.
Then every 4 rows until I was down to the regular number. Unless you've got thick ankles or a bigger than average foot, I would go with the pattern from ankle down.

hope that helps!

7 comments:

Amy said...

Is this how you did the decreases for your larger calve size mods? I just winged it on my first sock but it looked terrible so I'll use this for the second one if so!

angelpix said...

Thank you CynCyn - that helps!

angelpix said...

Just dawned on me...would you consider a womens size 11 foot to be a larger than average foot??I might just have to wing it...eep!

angelpix said...

Just dawned on me...would you consider a womens size 11 foot to be a larger than average foot??I might just have to wing it...eep!

CynCyn said...

I still can't find your email, so i'll just respond here. I don't know if size 11 is considered normal... what do most sock patterns say? I have a small foot (size 6.5) so I never really concern myself with running out of yarn.

Amy- I *think* this is what I did. I could examine my clessidra on a closer basis later, but I know I tried the darn thing on ALL THE TIME to make sure it was following the curve of my calf. I'll post at the end of the week with my actual real exact mods, k?

Amy said...

That sounds great Cyn! Thanks!

Amy said...

That sounds great Cyn! Thanks!