Now I realize the title could be taken two ways. I am sure I am always ticking someone off but this post is about finishing things.
Remember those sad socks that I blogged about in May? The ones that felt unloved, and forgotten.
Well all it took to finish them was getting away from my sock yarn blanket (three ferries away) and deciding that the cables could be done while I watched tv.
So, here they are:
Of course they did have to wait while I finished the math geek socks I started in July.
And here they are:
I did have to frog four of the triangles on the second sock because I had inadvertently rotated the sock 180 degrees, but fortunately they were quick to frog and quick to re-knit and get back on track.
The cool thing about these socks is they look equally fabulous inside out!
So now, as my endless island summer comes to an end (one more week), I only have one pair of socks on the needles, and they are hardly nagging me at all.
I am nagging me, but they are blissfully unaware of how much time I spend on one row. That is the problem with double-knitting. I am really knitting two pairs of socks, two at a time. That is FOUR socks! (I told you earlier this summer that I am a math geek!)
And when I get home my blanket will be waiting for me.
And that sweater that is asking to be knit.
And then my spinning and dyeing course begins.
It is going to be a busy fall.