|Sock knitting and the Peleton.|
This sock won't suffer the same lonely fate as the others. I like the yarn that my friend hand dyed and I love Stephanie's Lismore Cable Socks pattern, and though typically one would not pair this busy variegated yarn and pattern together, I'm not minding. If I'd chosen a more solid yarn, those cables would really pop. I made a couple of mistakes in the pattern by failing to follow the designer's instructions, but that's really OK. The errors are nothing critical. I wrote notes all over my Goodreader copy so I can remember to make the same "mistakes" on sock two. And there will be a sock two.
Back in March, I purchased the Nancy Bush book, Folk Socks. This morning I was perusing that book and planning my next pair of socks. Something simple, I think. Something to knit with Bearfoot yarn from Mountain Colors--which is in Montana-- in the Crazy Woman colorway. Something I'll wear to pad around that house in Ennis, Montana 37 days from today.
But who's counting? Me. I'm counting days, but first I have to get through the next 16 hours. Please, please, if there was ever a time for a duplicate day, this is it.