I’m not talking about the Audrey sweater. I’ve finished a sock, and started the second of the pair. The yarn is Sheep’s Gift, from Joslyn’s Fiber Farm, in the color Montego Bay. Here are a couple pictures before I finished the toes:
Yes, I have big feet. It takes more than the average amount of yarn to make socks for size 10 1/2 feet.
This is the Blueberry Waffle pattern; I’ve been working on these a while in between other projects. Socks make a great portable knitting project.
I’m just to the end of the increases on the front of the Audrey sweater. For some reason, I had to redo one section of the increases twice. I was more than a little cranky over this. I did the “make one” increase wrong twice in exactly the same place after tinking back, leaving a big honking hole. I’m sure this was intended to make me humble as a knitter. No picture, as it still looks just like the back piece. I thought I would spare you pictures of the holes.
I will leave you with these pictures. I have never in my life put bumper stickers on my car before this election year. I will make an exception for this year.
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