|My First Houdini Socks|
I was in love with the construction as well as the fit. Knitting a foot and then cutting it open for an afterthought leg? It's just so clever. The knitting is also really easy. Most of the time you're just knitting a tube. The two toes (one becomes the heel) are the only increasing/decreasing you'll be doing in a plain version. That makes them perfect knitting for when you have no attention span but need to keep your hands moving. The perfect insomnia project in my case. I aspire to having seven plain pairs eventually.
|My Second Pair|
|Needles in, ready to snip just one stitch|
|Unravelled back to the edge|
|A toe becomes a heel and we're ready to knit the leg|