Currently on the Needles
I asked many of you on Instagram what to knit next with this skein, overwhelmingly you said "SOCKS"....I am so very glad I listened to you, because this skein is delightful and I'm loving the colors popping as I knit and knit. Sock knitting bliss at it's finest. I decided to go back to my personal recipe for socks, because I love not reading directions and following my own in my little old head. Also the yarn is so busy I feel a pattern would be lost.
I am still reading The Martian, I was hoping to finish the novel yesterday (which I am enjoying immensely) but I was sidetracked by the internet and a silly search for a quick getaway before the summer ends. I didn't find a getaway (yet) but a staycation is looking very lucrative for us!!
By the way, there is a giveaway here on my blog for a free pattern by Andrea once it is released.
What are you knitting and reading this week?
Joining Ginny and Frontier Dreams
Love the socks and how nicely they go with your turtle!ReplyDelete
That really is perfect sock yarn!!!ReplyDelete
I missed the Instagram poll, but, yes, definitely socks! I personally think simple sock recipes make more sense anyway. Nobody notices my feet. Such a waste of so much hard work to do the fancy patterns for my stinky feet. Or maybe not.ReplyDelete
That yarn is absolutely perfect for socks! Those are going to be so much fun to wear :)ReplyDelete
Socks are the perfect thing for summer knitting - and that yarn yells summer! I love the almost mindlessness of sock knitting. The perfect portable project.ReplyDelete
Your sock looks fab, I love the colours popping up in it!ReplyDelete
Great sock yarn, love the very summer stripes.ReplyDelete
Sometimes sock knitting is zen like. Love the yarn.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful yarn, great colours.ReplyDelete
We just got back from 2 weeks in Montana and I'm already planning where we'll go in the fall to get away for a bit. (That trip will be a LOT closer to home, I know that much!) Just getting away from the normal routine can be so refreshing.ReplyDelete
Your yarn is dyed in a similar way as the skein I'm working on -- also socks!ReplyDelete
Staycations can be great, if you can keep yourself from doing chores.
I love your sock- good choice! We ended up watching the Martian last week and my husband really enjoyed it even after reading the book which you know is always a risk!!ReplyDelete
Cute yarn! Perfect for plain ol' socks!ReplyDelete
It is beautiful yarn and the socks are looking fabulous!ReplyDelete
It is nice to knit without having to look at a pattern. This is fun sock yarn; it has a zombie vibe or an alien on a planet. It goes with your book.ReplyDelete
Love the socks, great color combo! I'm reading Stalin's Daughter; it's kind of mind boggling.ReplyDelete
If that yarn is half as nice to knit with as it is to look at you're having a good sock knit for sure. I love how you incorporated the origami frog in the photo. :)ReplyDelete
what neat wool! I'm knitting 3 pairs of different socks; Falling Water scarf and another lacey scarf and a hat! Possibly a good idea I actually finish one of these before I start something else! Many books to read, but it is university reading for the next few months!ReplyDelete
Love that yarn, it makes great socks.ReplyDelete
just love it.... rainbow happy socks!ReplyDelete
That is a very cheery yarn.ReplyDelete
Knitting: Stockinette hat, Bubble Wrap Socks and Hermione's Everyday Socks
Reading: Starlight on Willow Lake by Susan Wigg (Fluff book, but so far it's pretty good.)
Such a happy happy yarn and vanilla socks are pure bliss!ReplyDelete
I was going to listen to TELL THE WOLVES IM HOME, but I read it has a sad ending.Cannot do sad! looking for a fun listen to.ReplyDelete
Im knitting Christmas stockings and felting them
I love this yarn, Karen, the colors are awesome! My mother in law used to knit socks for my daughters and I. I miss getting them in my Christmas stocking! : )ReplyDelete
I am almost done with "The English Spy". I have really been enjoying it!
That yarn is very pretty. Enjoy your sock knitting.ReplyDelete
Colorful yarn! I like it.ReplyDelete
I haven't tried socks yet ... but maybe this Fall I will give it a go.
I am currently reading Blog posts and find them interesting; LOL ;-)