Yeah. So, I was working along happily on my cuffed Sockottas, when it occurred to me that the remainder of the ball was looking... let's say SLIM. I put it on the scale, and, yipes! 60g left. This 100-g ball is all I have for two socks! And here's where I am on the sock:
There's still a lotta toe to go, here. I guess you use up a lot of yarn with size 0 needles and fancy cuffs.
What to do? Sockotta, which is 45% cotton, 40% superwash wool, and 15% nylon, doesn't come in solids. I spent some time poking around the Web last night to see what had similar fiber combinations, and could find nothing exactly like it. However, Regia (I love Regia anyway!) Cotton, at 37% cotton, 38% wool, and 25% nylon, is at least close. I found it at TheKnitter.com, which I like (and free shipping -- very nice), and picked this color of light blue: . Hopefully it'll match closely enough (I realize it won't be exact) to be the toes of both socks. I'll just knit until I'm down to about ~52g (to be safe) of the Sockotta, then toe the rest of the way in blue. Cross your fingers it'll match; if not, I'll try the orange or the green .