WIP Wednesday

24 06 2009

Two posts in a row!

Even though I haven’t been posting about my knitting much lately (last time was June 8!), I have been knitting, a little bit.

Since my poll about the Sock Hop sock, I decided to rip down to the toe and start anew. I decided to go in plain stockinette this time.

Sock Hop sock in progress

This sock is my traveling sock, so it doesn’t see much action. But I’ll get it done eventually.

My at-home sock is Pomatomus sock #2. I only work on it while watching TV, and I haven’t been watching much TV lately so it’s going along slowly. I’m more than halfway through the foot already though so hopefully I’ll have it done sooner than later.

Pomatomus sock 2 in progress

Especially since I have some sock yarn lined up for my next pair!

Madelinetosh Sock in Black Currant

That right there, is one gorgeous skein of Madelinetosh Sock in Black Currant, from yarn4socks of course. I’m going to be doing a Knitspot pattern with it, but I just can’t decide which one. Any suggestions?

And now, to distract you a bit from staring at the yarn, here’s something else that’s pretty to look at. And definitely delicious to eat:

That's my kind of salad!

This is what I call a salad. My kind of salad. With fresh picked CSA greens, radishes, tomatoes and avocado. Homemade dressing, bread and butter. Best kind of meal! Click on the photo for more details and my salad dressing recipe.

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8 responses

24 06 2009
Guinifer

Wow. That salad is perfect.

Peas. I tend to put them in stir fry. Or just stir fry them, or put them in the rice steamer with some Myers Lemon infused olive oil (and rice).

25 06 2009
Carol

The salad looks yummy! I always add pine nuts or sunflower seeds to mine too.

25 06 2009
deb

Yummy yarn, yummy salad!

25 06 2009
amandacathleen

mmmmm, that is one good looking salad!
your sock hop socks look fantastic! Looks like it makes a great traveling sock.
love your pomatomus socks, and your madelintosh is freaking beautiful! Love that colorway.

25 06 2009
Chris

Wow, both the Sock Hop and the Black Currant are gorgeous!!

26 06 2009
Kate

What vibrant colours!

27 06 2009
Annette

Okay, now I’m hungry. Great looking salad!

I love your Pomatomus! I enjoyed this pattern. That Madelintosh colorway is gorgeous!

30 06 2009
YarnAddict

Gorgeous socks, both the handspun and the blue ones. Love the yarn you have lined up for your next socks too.

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