Thanks for all the recipes all y’all posted on yesterday’s post — keep ‘em coming. Dude, I think I need to get a crock pot. Note to self: google crock pot reviews.
After our deluge yesterday it has cleared up nicely today and the sun even came out. After decidedly autumnal temperatures, I think we are back to spring weather for a while.
And I have finished the first Summer 2008 Sock.
This was great fun to knit. The stitch pattern is a snap to memorize and it is easy to knit. The fabric has a tendency to bias slightly, but the presence of one purled row in the pattern sequence helps to keep it on the straight and narrow. And on the foot, the biasing goes away.
This is a very stretchy pattern, so it is very forgiving, size-wise. It’s also –
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Okay, I got distracted there and lost my train of thought. I have no idea what I was going to say. The world may never know. Such a loss . . .
Hey, if you wanna finish that sentence, do so in the comments. Feel free to get creative.
I was going to tell you that my five new sock patterns (Alana, Costa, Spring Fling, St. Louis, and Twisted Logic) went up for sale at The Loopy Ewe today. But FPS, they are all sold out! I’ll send Sheri more soon, in case you had one of them on your wish list. I’m so flattered that they got such a warm welcome. It’s always a little scary sending your babies out into the world.
Okay, I need to go cast on the second Summer 2008 Sock.
Lucy is in a pensive mood . . .
Actually, she is probably just wishing I’d stop shoving the camera in her face.