BFL sock yarn - for the final pair.
Despite what your eyes are telling you, this colourway features some fun fuchsia (not reddish) stripes on a super bright lime background. In a fuzzy BFL sock yarn, they make some pretty warm, sturdy, and spectacular socks.
I did my basic sock, toe up with an afterthought heel, and tried the round decreases on the heel again. This time I used the kitchener stitch to graft the last six stitches together, which I think makes a nicer close than just threading the loose end through and pulling tight. I am growing to like the round heel, although for some reason it makes the instep tighter, I think, so I'm still working out the kinks in that.
Is it crazy that I've been wanting to order more variegated yarns to make socks?
What To Knit Next. The Struggle Is Real...
16 hours ago