So, in case anyone was wondering, this: is exactly how much sock I can knit during a 5 hour session of bloodwork: from cast on through a few rounds of gusset stitches. In yet another instance of "why didn't someone tell me this ahead of time?" (I've been having lots of these relating to medical… Continue reading Waiting Room Sock gets a whole lot of action; and a good mail day
Look what I finished today: The Giotto-With-The-Flow socks are now a complete pair! I'm utterly thrilled with them, too. So pretty! And the yarn feels fabulous on my feet. Before I show off some more pictures, here are the stats: Pattern(s): Anna Bell's "Giotto" socks (for cuff), Evelyn Clark's "Go With the Flow" socks from… Continue reading Off the needles and onto my feet
I'm back from our quick little weekend trip to Columbus. While there, I managed to acquire a sinus infection, just to add to the craptacular health stuff of late. Aren't I just the luckiest gal? So, I'm not feeling too hot, especially after yesterday's car ride, but I wanted to show off the knitting I… Continue reading I’m in love with my sock
Thanks to a clever suggestion from Jen, I'm able to keep knitting on my pretty Giotto socks. How? By replacing the stitch pattern that was causing me so much pain with the one from the "Go With The Flow" sock pattern in the Summer 2005 IK. Hence their new name, "Giotto-With-The-Flow". Isn't it pretty? I… Continue reading Giotto-With-The-Flow
In the past couple of days, I've cast on for two different socks. If you've been paying attention, you'll realize that this brings the number of unrelated socks that are simultaneously in progress on my needles to four. I can't help myself! I don't feel up to do much of anything beyond knitting little things… Continue reading I think I might have a sock problem.
(Today's Eye Candy: a picture of our cat, Ren, enjoying the sunlight on the porch) So, it is the first day of Summer today. Happy Solstice, everyone! This means that my husband and I have now been married for 9 seasons (since we got married on the Spring Equinox in 2005). We like to have… Continue reading On Socks and the Summer Solstice