Slippery socks are finished!
I love them. They're fantastic. They took what seemed like forever, but they're so worth it. There's no rest rows, the pattern alternates slipping stitches and twisting stitches, row-wise. And they're around seventy stitches around, on ones. And so so happy and bright. Yarn is Woolly Boully Softie in Lunamoth, I got it at the Loopy Ewe last fall, and it's perfect for this pattern.
Anyway, since they've been finished - the knitting ended last weekend, the ends were woven in Thursday at knit night, I started a new pair of patterned socks:
The pattern is Feather and Fan, from the book Socks, Socks, Socks. The yarn is Regia Bamboo, and it's interesting. And I'm less than a week in, and to the heel flap already. These are seriously flying. They're going to be Mother's Day socks.
Still working on the black and grey ribbed socks - they had to be ripped and reknit, so I'm not yet done with one, and the raglan wrap cardi. I also started a crocheted pillow that Chris is getting a real kick out of, and truthfully, so am I. It's colorwork cartoon characters and I'll have pictures when it's done, right now it just looks messy.
Anyway, that's my story. What's yours?