It is still there.
It is a sort of progress right?
I also started a new project.
I flipped a coin. Walpole won.
I also knit like a fiend on The Greatest's sweater when he returned to work last night. I am almost ready to split for the front and back. Go Me!
In other news I am cold.
It is finally time to bust out the hand knit socks!
There is much rejoicing throughout my bedroom.
I knit these lovelies a few months ago.
Yarn: from Sonoran Desert Dyed Fibers, 1 skein
Needles: Size 2 knit picks Harmony Needle using magic loop
Modifications: None that I remember.
Review: These socks are lovely. I love it when yarn dyers leave some white in the mix, instead of covering every inch of yarn with technicolor. Don't get me wrong, I love it when every single inch of yarn is covered in color too! I love yarn.
This yarn is hand dyed with all natural dyes that come from the Sonoran Desert. How very cool is that. I know the dyer, and she is ton of fun, opinionated, caring. Love that girl. I hate hearing about designers or independent dyers and the stories are unflattering. It makes me not want to give my money to mean people. Let me assure you that you can buy her yarn with a clear conscience knowing it goes to an amazing woman with an open heart.
The pattern is from Cookie A.
What more do I need to say?
It was well written, and I love how the design seamlessly transitions from the leg to the heel
and from the foot to the toe.
And they are warm. Beautiful and warm.
Bring on the (relatively) cold(ish) weather.