The swelling on my rolled ankle went down enough today for me to be able to put on my newest FO: Cherenkov Radiation Socks. Sadly, I could only pose for one quick picture, then I figured it would be for the best to put them on the sock blockers. (If the SO saw me on my feet, I'd be in BIG trouble ;-) )
|Can you tell which ankle is swollen?|
I'm quite proud of how well they match. If you're looking for super fun self-striping yarn, I completely recommend String Theory Colorworks. Luckily, they stock on Fridays sometime between 9 am and 1 pm central time, so you might just catch something there. I'm still trying to nab my favorite from them: Electron.
Todays prompt in A Month of Craft Photos is "An Old FO". I chose my first pair of completed intricate socks that I knit almost two years ago. I believe the pattern is Wanida by Cookie A. knit in Imagination yarn by Knitpicks in the colorway Lullaby. These were made long before I understood how to alter patterns to fit over my heel better, so I wasn't even going to attempt to get these on with the swollen ankle. I still tried to be a bit artsy with the photo.
Oh, and Tippy wanted to make sure she said "Hello" to everyone! For more beautiful finished objects, make sure to check out Tamis Amis. And for more in A Month of Craft Photos, please do check out all the gorgeous photography in the Flickr group.