Nope.

So, about 6 inches into the charade sock, I realized a couple things:

  1. The sock was coming out smaller than I wanted, so I probably should start over and either cast on more stitches or use bigger needles.
  2. It was coming out fine, but I was rather “meh” about it. I wasn’t enjoying working on it.
  3. I had done socks in this pattern before. And I like how they turned out last time much better.

So, there’s really only one thing to do. Time to pick out a new pattern and start again.

So, I went back to my (ridiculously long) Ravelry queue and started browsing. I settled on Primavera.

So far, I’m only a couple of pattern repeats in, but it has potential.

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