Instagram never disappoints. Full of inspiration and good ideas, we are often left wishing there were more hours in the day so that we could knit all the beautiful things, be more crafty, and get organized. Recently we stumbled upon a pic of someone’s knitting journal that had a sock log, with hand drawn images of blank socks. She then colored in the pairs – some with crazy colored stripes, some mismatched – to document her sock knitting achievements. Oh how we wish we remembered who posted this idea so we could give her the kudos she deserved.
Needless to say, we were inspired! We created our own Sock Log pages so that you, too, could document your hand knits.
On the front are 16 blank sock drawings for you to create mini, 2D replicas of all your socks.
And, on the back, space for you to add the pattern and yarn you used. You can add as much as as little info about you socks as you would like.
Plus, they conveniently fit into an 8.5×11″ plastic page protector if you want to add them to a binder with more Sock Log pages!
Our SockStitch subscribers received a printed page with their April subscriptions, but you can download your own page for free. Just add your email address below and we’ll send you a link to download our Sock Log. Have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.