After yesterday's wind and rain today was a bit of a surprise but oh how it is lovely to go out without needing a coat and even feeling warm in just a jumper. I was tempted to break out the flip-flops but perhaps that's over keen.
(although it is just possible that that was summer and it's going to keep raining and snowing until next year!).
I have spent most of the day with the windows and doors wide open and the yarn and needles in my lap. And I have something to show for it - a sock!
Can you spot what's wrong with it?
No? - Well that would be because the sock itself is just fine. It includes this beautiful slip stitch rib at the top,
executed according to the pattern but completely failing to take into consideration the intended wearer. I am 6' tall with feet and ankles and legs necessary to keep me standing upright. I also need a bit more give on the cuff than this sock was willing to provide.
I failed to take pictures of this week's yarn surgery - it was just too sad. See, look at the pretty rib again before it goes, to be replaced with a simple 2x2 rib.
All ends well though - I can do this:
And the sock is pretty: