Somewhere I can let out my inner crafter without being labeled as even more insane.

Yes, the monstrous socks of unnatural size have been finished! And I had plenty of yarn left over to add to my current scrap blanket 🙂 Which I will show you all next Wednesday.

But today’s focus is on the finished Hufflepuff socks. You can only see one there, but they are both there! Here, have another pic of them, spread out this time!

I really hope that my friend likes them! (And that they fit…) It is surprisingly stressful making socks for someone for the first time!!! I guess that if they don’t fit, I can always make more and improve…

Right, I need to go and pack for a quick (ha!) 50 mile cycle trip to Salisbury tomorrow…should be fun 🙂


Comments on: "FO Friday- Hufflepuff socks" (1)

  1. What a lovely pair of socks! I’m sure your friend will love them and I hope they fit!! 😀

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