Socks and Storm Clouds

Sunday was a beautiful day to be in Central Texas. It was in the seventies and I spent the better half of the day outside cutting back perennials and tidying things up. Jealous? Oddly enough, the weather forecast says there will be a 52 degree drop by tomorrow morning.

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My husband is proud to wear these babies, much unlike the first pair I knit him which are a bit slouchy. Not his look at all.

PATTERN: A Nice Ribbed Sock by Glenna C. this pattern is a free Ravelry download
YARN: Cascade Yarns Heritage Paints
COLORWAY: 9931
NEEDLE: Knit each sock on two size 2 16" Addi Lace circulars

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PATTERN: Van Dyke Sock by Wendy D. Johnson
YARN: Madelintosh Tosh Sock
COLORWAY: Jade
NEEDLE: Knit each sock on two size 2 16" Addi Lace circulars

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and this is currently on the needles. I tis like knitting a cloud, a storm cloud. I forgot how amazing this yarn is to knit up.

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PATTERN: Mohair Bias Loop a Churchmouse Yarns and Teas pattern
YARN: Rowan Kidsilk Haze
COLORWAY: Storm
NEEDLE: Knit flat on US 10.5 ( 24") circular needle

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