I know, don’t faint.
I’m almost done with the Artichoke socks, thanks to the nice Frontrunner trip to Ogden on Saturday. It was the first time I’d been to the Needlepoint Joint, which was very nice. And sharing the ride with Heather and ChrisK made it a fun excursion. Plus we got to have lunch with Karen at Rooster’s. It was a great day! (I had fish tacos and Rooster’s Honey Wheat beer – both delicious.)
Since I’m nearly to the toe on those socks, I figured I’d better get started on another pair. This time I thought I’d try something different. And what better way to have a new experience, than to bring some friends along.
So may I present, the Margene Cookie sock (Hmmmm. Does that sound a bit kinky?)
Yarn: Mama E’s C*eye*ber Fiber Sock Yarn, in colorway Margene. Named, of course, for Margene’s photos of our beautiful Wasatch Mountains. Well, not at this time of the year – the mountains are still green from all of our spring rain. But definitely at certain times of the year, like this one.
Cocktail: Mint Julep. No, I’m not a lush. Shut up. (See, I’m already learning great things from Cookie.)
And fortunately, plain stockinette is difficult to mess up, even after a couple of mint juleps.