I forgot to beware the Ides of March the other day. Rats.
I’m working along on the Sunflower sock — here it is as of this afternoon.
I’m about to start the ribbing.
The back is plain — here’s a side view that shows that:
And just for fun, a close-up of the toe!
We decided that Sharon would knit hers in a different color, so you can see that the flower doesn’t necessarily have to be a sunflower if yellow is not your thing. Here is the start of Sharon’s sock:
It can be a pink daisy! 😀
This yarn is Chameleon Colorworks Bambino in “Rose.”
In answer to your queries, we will be selling this pattern through The Loopy Ewe when we complete it.
There was a question in the comments yesterday if the Nanner Sock can be knit top down using the charts “as-is.” You could, but your nanners would be oriented in the opposite direction. I worked up a quick up-side-down nanner sock chart, here, in pdf format.
Beware — I was tired when I did this and I don’t know if it actually works because I did not knit a sample. But it might work. 🙂
In other news, I came home to find Lucy celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in a somewhat alarming fashion.
When I asked her about it, things got ugly quickly.