The Crazy socks are DONE! It was probably the most complicated sock I have ever made with lots of unusual stitches and direction changes. The cuffs were knit sideways and then seamed with a modified 3-needle bind-off. All those direction changes made for a very interesting sole, and the "thing" in the gusset is on both socks and supposed to resemble a butterfly. I started this project with a plain color yarn which was splitting badly so reverted to this choice which I thought was a tonal but became quite stripy. A plain color would have shown the different stitch patterns better, but this yarn made for a very fun sole.
My hair stylist is soon having her first baby, a girl. Her color scheme includes lavender, so I made a pair of booties to welcome baby. (They look blue in this photo though.💜)
As soon as our youngest GD saw her brother's zebra slippers, she asked for a pair. How could I resist such a sweet request? The first thing she said when I handed them to her was, "Do they have my name on them?" That they do, and they even fit!
Just the other day I remembered a promise made last fall to make a pillow for my oldest GD using her latest completed embroidery. Since we are headed that way soon, I thought I'd better get busy and here it is, ready to hand deliver. If you click on the photo, you may be better able to see the chicken button.
Those are supposedly Bohemian chickens!?