Happy Monday dear friends! I hope you had a wonderful Easter. Here are the anklets I've been waiting to photograph. Spring break was the perfect time since my foot model was handy (socks photograph SO much better actually on a foot.) Never mind that she cobbed onto these!
56 stitch anklets (knit 1 inch in 2x2 rib and then begin heel)
And another pair done in a simple 3x1 rib. I really liked watching the stripes unfold, and there's a bit of purple mixed in some of the black sections :)
56st basic sock done in 3x1 rib
women's size sm/med
yarn: Heart & Sole by Red Heart, color #3972 Blackjack
2 skeins: 50g/213yds
needles: size 2 dpn's
At the risk of my perfectly normal and responsible reputation, the next picture is what today's title is all about...
Let it be known that this is not typical sock knitting behavior for me. The majority of the time I am a one-pair-at-a-time knitter. Sometimes two. Rather infrequently, I've been known to have 3 pairs on the needles. But FIVE?!? Why that's just crazy, even for me! Or maybe the crazy part is the one-at-a-time notion, lol ;)
Much as I'd like to make some progress on my sock-love-obsession...I've resigned myself to deep-cleaning the kitchen today, ugh!
Hope your week is off to a fantastic start! Thanks for stopping by my neck of the woods!!!