YAY, it's Friday! I've been working hard this week, dyeing yarn, re-skeining and making minis, as well as getting the house back together after the holidays. Since we bought our Christmas tree on Christmas Eve, we just got rid of it last night, so of course cleaning was in order. It's amazing how many pine needles a dry Christmas tree can leave as a trail.
We have a fun weekend in store, as we're going to the LA Kings hockey game Saturday afternoon, and then we have a Groupon to Trader Vic's across from Staples Center, where the Kings play. It should be a fun weekend, as it's our first game of the season. We're also going to get a chance to spend time with my parents. We haven't seen them since Thanksgiving, so that will be exciting.
Anyway, now onto what you came here for (I'm sure it wasn't to read about my dry Christmas tree or my weekend plans! LOL). I have another FO to share, but I apologize because it's more socks! I feel like that's all I'm sharing with you, along with a few months in the past few months. There will be more socks to come, too!
I used Candy Skein Yummy in Robin Egg Malt Ball. The pictures are a little dark below, but this pattern looks great in this color. Speaking of the pattern, I made the Hedgerow Socks by Jane Cochran. I wasn't so sure about the pattern as I made them, as they look a little odd not stretched out on feet, but I LOVE them on. They look like little vines, but it's a super easy pattern of just knits and purls! I highly recommend it. Another part of what I enjoyed about the socks is the heel. It's not your traditional heel flap, but the pattern on the leg carries down into the heel flap before the heel turn transitions into stockinette. You can see in one of the pictures below.
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