Well sort of. I have been working on a pair of toe up socks with some stash yarn that I picked up out of the 50% off bin at the LYS a while back...
and well I have finished them.
I suppose they are more fraternal twins than identical, but I still love them and they fit perfectly!!
Yarn: Big Mexiko
Needles: size 5 dpn
Pattern: Deb's "Almost Easy toe-up socks"
These worked up so fast, I am looking for other yarn int he stash to make a few more socks just to wear around the house this winter. I might have a few candidates, but I need to work on a few other things for now.
I cast on for the 5 hour baby sweater (or at least my own variation of it) last night (after the Evanessance concert at SPAC) just to have something in my hands. We have several people expecting at work this fall and winter, so it will go to one of these women, plus I'll have to make a few others too. I may find out when school starts again in a couple of weeks (GULP!) that there might be a couple more added to the list.
We are heading to Boston (well, Framingham really) for a long weekend in a few days. Going to visit friends (husband's friends) who live outside the city. I have to find a good project for the 3-4 hour ride out and for those early mornings when everyone else is sleeping but me. I am thinking a plain pair of socks. I have printed out the latest 6SoxKAL pattern and am excited to start, but I don't think I would do very well with the chart in the car, so I am going to hold off on that one until we come back. I'll cast on when we come back. Are there any good yarn stores I should hit while in Framingham area? Maybe I will torture the husband and make him stop at WEBs. That might make this a more enjoyable trip for me.