During the past two weeks I had pockets of knitting time
since I traveled to Washington state and back.
It baffles me how people can just sit and not do anything,
whether it's in a doctor's office, waiting for a car repair
or on a plane.
Thankfully I always have something to keep me busy!
This pair was finished on the trip back.
I actually turned the heels on these instead of using the
I think this way takes longer,
but when the toe is knitted,
the sock is finished.
This yarn is so soft and squishy!
I started this pair for an art teacher friend of mine.
The yarn is called "Crayon Box."
We spent a day in Vancouver, BC
and found a shop that had this beautiful "yarn."
It's recycled Sari silk.
I had never seen it before.
The colors are just gorgeous and I'm looking
forward to working with it.
Has anyone else used this in a project?
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