Little progress to report here but it’s progress nonetheless. I’ve just finished the back on DSLT and have the left front to work on. Here it is hanging, so I could tell if the back was long enough. Even though the picture looks a little wonky, it’s the right length. Whew!
This is the beginning of the eyelet hearts sock for Sweetie Girl. This is the idea I came up with for top-down socks at Cookie’s class, but haven’t been able to give it the right amount of attention yet. I haven’t had a pair of socks OTN since I finished the feather and fan socks a few weeks ago, and I realized that I missed having my little portable project with me. I knew it was time to start these up. Eyelet Hearts is a lace pattern from Stitchionary 1, and I’m putting a picot edge at the top cuff. Here’s the minute progress I’ve made on the socks:
I have six more rows of clue #3 on MS3, but not much new progress since the last post. Just look at my last post, if you want to see what it looks like at this moment. Here’s one last cute picture. It’s Annette holding up the beginnings of her Pomatomus sock. Nothing unusual about that, right? Well, it just happens to be her very first sock. Impressive, no? That’s one of the things I love about Annette, not being afraid of jumping right in and tackling a project. Please send her a bunch of sock knitting mojo!
I’m going on vacation on Saturday, so there won’t be any blogging for about 2 weeks until I return. Have a great time without me!