I tried, I really tried, but alas, i got killed before I could get sock two to a finish. They landed on my doorstep this morning.
They were made by Bridget's mom A gentle death, I may say.
Oh well, the good news is that I can work on my new lace project. I present to you the lovely, wonderfull Kiri in a yarn that's also known as Crack Silk Haze:
(Offcourse I bought more stuff, but this will a suffice for now. Don't want to get you into a yarncoma :)
I casted it on during the workshop 'lace knitting' at the fabulous shop De Afstap. It was given by Carla M and was a great incentive to finally start a lace shawl.
The other workshop I did, also by Carla M, was a workshop twined knitting. It was a really good workshop. The technique of twined knitting is fabulous.I am determined to use this technique for some mittens or slippers. It really makes a great thick and firm fabric.