This is the second pair of Linda Welch's Crow's Feet socks that I have knit. I love this pattern! It's simple and easy to memorize, and I think the result is spectacular, especially in this lovely shade of green, Hazel Knits Artisan Sock in the Euphorbia colorway.
Now that the Crow's Feet are complete, I have picked up my Hearts for Evi socks, which I started on September first. I'm knitting Laura Chau's Slip Stitch Ridges pattern, and it is moving along pretty quickly now. Here is a peek at the first sock in progress:
I'm knitting these in Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks That Rock Mediumweight in the Bleeding Hearts Colorway.
A few days ago, I cast on for socks for Olin, my nephew. They are in the early stages, so no photos of those socks yet, but here is a picture of the yarn I'm using:
Definitely colors that a six (almost seven) year-old will love!
Other than socks, I finished Gwen's Garden, a pattern by Sharon Dreifuss, and one of two designs that were part of the She-Knits Mystery KAL #8. I loved working on this project! The pattern was well-written, and there were sections of it that were almost meditative to knit. In addition, the pattern included beads, and I love working with beads in my knitting. The finished object was beyond stunning, in my humble opinion. Kudos to Sharon for a wonderful design!
There is also another mystery project that has been in the pipeline. The mystery involves something to go on one's head, but that is the only clue you will get for now. You will just have to wait a few days until I tell you about that one.