Moses supposes his toeses are...

ROSES!! (ok, so I hope you know your Singing in the Rain songs or that makes no sense)



I felt really sorry about my comment about abandoning the little black socks. I really didn't, you know!! So here they are done in time for the springing of the roses (like I need black socks for June)...and in the middle of finals week too (ya gotta do something while they write:-)!

I've even completed some spinning (grading, schmading). I won't go so far as to say this is nice yarn but I will say it is "not nasty". This was the horrific pink intestine roving that I over-dyed at the class back in Feb. As I say, anything is better than pink intestines.


And here is the progress on the Fitted Knit.


It's really going incredibly fast considering how little time I give it. Perhaps I don't work on it as much as other projects because at this point, it tends to take on a rather disconcerting shape as it rests in your lap and I'm afraid it will only get worse. It is no longer my Fitted Knit Project and has become the Manhattan Project!! Los Alamos here I come...

3 comments:

BrandyMcD said...

Blaaaaack socks, they never get dirty the more that you wear them the blacker they get! (Okay I hope you are familiar with camp songs or that will make no sense to you.)

cjmonkey said...

Hi, Jen. I love the picture on that "Fitted Knits" book! Maybe by, oh, 2012 or so I'll be able to knit something like that. I must say, Grover the Wonder Poodle has taken every spare moment of my time since January, so the knitting sits.. and sits.. and sits. Funny how it's the opposite of Grover.

marklackeydotnet said...

Nice photos, but I must say the photo of the black socks (with roses) doesn't quite do them justice. The black socks are much nicer - and much blacker - in person.

Sit, Grover, sit. Good boy.