So That It All Comes Out Even
Look at what we have here, a matching pair, what do you think Brooke, are they a good match? I went ahead and started the second sock as I didn't want the first to be lonely, but mostly I wanted to combat second sock syndrome and I wanted to remember what I did on the first sock so that I could repeat it.
This is a truer interpretation of the color then the prior post. My camera does wacky color correcting depending on the light and we have so many grey days this time of year. I thought the earlier picture was much prettier, so now I want to make some bright blue socks for me, but I guess that it's not the time of year to make myself anything. But I do have a birthday coming up, hmm... (I'll bet I'm older than you think.)
Keri, it IS Lorna's, you know your yarn! And it's from a vintage sock pattern book, it's just 2 1/2 inches of K1 P1 rib followed by about 7 1/2 inches of K4 P2 rib then a short row heel. Toe to be determined. Keri and Jen, I hope your it's enough yarn vibes work out for me!
The socks have left the building as one sock may be used in a photo shoot (or maybe not, no saying which way it will go, it's not the most glamorous sock, in any case, I provided a stunt double.)
So now I am dreaming of a big lacey stole (the pattern calls it a shawl but it's rectangular so that's a wrap or stole in my book) but the something like 400 stitch provisional cast-on is going to take some doing.
And the title refers to a line in Bread and Jam for Frances that my four year old loves to quote when she eats.