I finished up the Go-Go socks around midnight.
Yarn: Cider Moon, Glacier in the Go-Go colorway, 253yds
Needle: US 2 Knit Picks 32" Circ
SPI: bout 7
Cast On: 56 sts
Cuff: 2x2 ribbing for 1", Leg: Stockinette st for 4", Heel Flap: Slip st, 3"
Foot Circumference: 8" (this includes negative ease)
Foot Length: 9.25"
Kaity has caught some kind of stomach bug so I'll be up with her all night. Excellent knitting time when she is asleep but my butt really starts to drag by about noon. :~)
Here they are stylin' on my sock blockers....
The blob of yarn is what I had left which actually was a pretty good amount. I might have enough for Bree socks. I put it in my stash for now and will figure something out for it latter. Notice how they pooled completely different. They have the same amount of rows but the second one pooled more then it striped....the beauty of handpainted yarns.....love em!
Of course you have to have a shot of them in their natural habitat.
These socks are so soft. I think next time I'll put ribbing down the cuff instead of plain stockinette stitch. I may try toe up on the next set of socks I use Glacier yarn on so I can knit till I run out of yarn. :~)