Knit from the Cuff Down
A really, really long time ago, I took an Entrelac Sock Knitting class at my local yarn shop. I started the socks over a few times. At first I did not like the yarn combination I had chosen. On the second go around, I realized the foot had way too many stitches in it (the sock was too big). So I ripped out the portion after the entrelac cuff, and the project sat there lingering... FOREVER.
I resumed knitting on this sock within the past week and just finished up sock no. 1. The fit is pretty good so I am determined to cast on sock no. 2 very soon before I forget what I did. I altered this pattern a lot. It's a pattern by Vicki England and I can't seem to find it on Ravelry. The green yarn is Knit Picks Stroll and the colorway is "Peapod" (yarn from my mom's stash... Thanks, Mom!). The colorful yarn is yarn from Western Sky Knits... leftover from another pair of socks.
I was really trying to figure out when I took the Entrelac Sock Knitting class so I would know how long this project has been sitting around. I looked on Ravely and figured out I took the class in February 2015. Crazy, right?
Yesterday, while I was at the knit shop working on this sock, we had a horrendous rainstorm with lightning and thunder. My husband texted me this photo of Sandy. He said he had to go looking for her during the storm; she wouldn't come when he called. He found her in the bathroom hiding under the shower curtain. Poor thing!