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.