Originally Posted by royinidaho
Hmmm, I had no idea there was so much interest in socks. . . When I decided to learn to knit I started with socks. Took awhile to get it together but started with a sock for my right foot. The sock goes from toe to knee and is designed for my foot an leg. Lots of unraveling took place. Once finished, not a very good job BTW, I put it on with factory sock on the other side. Was a warm summer day and went up the mountain. The knitted sock felt much better than the factory job. Calf support was great. Right foot was much drier than the left one. Cushion was much better also. I then proceeded with knitting the left sock. Did a much better job. Looking forward to this winter. However, I'll most probably purchase any further socks. Takes me about a week to knit them and it puts calluses on my trigger finger. . .
Tell me you didn't Super Glue the toe seam.