Katherine the Great
I like to think of myself as a storyteller. Mostly I tell stories about knitting.

Lycaena virgaureae Socks

Lycaena virgaureae Socks

Another pair of socks is finished and I find myself reflecting. I hadn’t considered that using the scraps from old socks would make me think of the socks these leftovers originated from. Now, my scrappy Lycaena virgaureae socks are like a scrapbook for 6 other pairs of socks. Well, 5 finished pairs of socks and a Texas Stars cowl that I plan to knit. at some point. after I knit all the socks.

Pattern: Lycaena virguareae from The Knitter’s Curiosity Cabinet, Volume II
Needles: 2.5mm for the legs
2.25mm for the feet

Yarns: Cascade Yarns Heritage – (red)
Barking Dog Yarns Achilles – Teal Mist
KnitPicks Stroll Tonal – (orange)
KnitPicks Stroll Tonal – Springtime
The Plucky Knitter Plucky Feet – Vignette
Cascade Yarns Heritage – (gold)

Chrysanthemum socks

Chrysanthemum socks from The Knitter’s Curiosity Cabinet


Mashad from Silk Road Sock

Slant Socks

Slant Socks

Popped Socks

Popped Socks

Fucus asparagoides from The Knitter's Curiosity Cabinet, Volume III

Fucus asparagoides from The Knitter’s Curiosity Cabinet, Volume III

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So, I started using the hashtag #casbahislikecrack, but the more I think about it, the more I hope the good people at Handmaiden are not offended because crack is bad for 1000 different reasons, but hopefully people get what I was trying to say. I digress.
Plucky Knitter yarn is all yummy. Plucky Feet doesn’t feel quite as nice in the hands as Primo Fingering, but I can tell it’s going to hold up and I can put up with just a tiny bit less softness for stitch definition this amazing.
and the color! My Word, the color! Every time I see these socks, my soul sings. The pattern was a fun knit and it’s fairly stretchy which I like in a sock. So, spend all your money on yarn and patterns because even though The Husband probably thinks a drug habit might be cheaper, knitting is legal and good for your brain, plus SOCKS!
Yarn: Plucky Knitter – Plucky Feet
Colorway: Vignette
Needles: 2.25mm Signature Needle Arts double-pointed needles (and later 2.25mm addi circulars because I don’t take Sigs. on planes.)
Pattern: Fucus asparagoides socks by Hunter Hammersen

Eating Brussels Sprouts makes me feel like a giant eating the heads off tiny cabbage patch kids. But I liked the flavor.

Eating Brussels Sprouts makes me feel like a giant eating the heads off tiny cabbage patch kids. I kind of love it.

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