Ham and Socks
These are the socks I showed in progress last week, now all finished and ready to keep my feet happy and warm. As you can see in the photo, my husband had a bit of a hard time getting a decent picture because a certain ham wanted so much to be in the photo.
Indie is both a ham and rather hopelessly attached to me. Any chance to nuzzle a bit - even just my feet - and he's all over it.
Here's a closeup so you can see the stitch detail a bit better.
I made these socks with handspun superwash merino. Of course, not handspun by me! My own spinning attempts with my trusty spindles are progressing a bit, but I'm a million miles away from spinning anything like the yarn used for the socks!
Here's my latest pyarn, spun from the superwash merino roving that I dyed and showed in a blog photo last week:
Getting a little better with each attempt, but still a long way to go. I do love how the colors worked up though! I've got a second smaller skein done as well, for a total that I think will be enough for a rather narrow scarf.
I also knit up my last handspun attempt into a pair of fingerless mitts, but I've got a long list of things on my To Do List this afternoon, so no time for photos at the moment. I'll save those for next week.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful week!