I was sure, absolutely positive sure, that I had already blogged about my latest pair of socks. I found them in my big works-in-progress basket the other day, though, and I thought . . . hunh . . . why are these here? I’ve already blogged them. So I did what any good blogger does – I searched the blog. I didn’t find them there although I was sure I had blogged about them before I went away on vacation. If one of you finds that post, don’t tell me, mmmmkay?
These started out as summer socks but since I’m only just now showing them to you I have decided to call them Back to School Socks. It’s September, after all, and these colors scream September and fall and pumpkins and apples and books.
Hence the props in the photos. I’m nothing if not predictable.
For those who want to know, the yarn is Painted Desert by Knitting Fever. The pattern is a basic 64 stitch sock pattern with a couple of inches of ribbing at the top.
Nothing fancy, nothing exciting, but plenty soft and plenty warm and plenty perfect for our (sadly) upcoming cold weather.