Well since I can never seem to pin down D for his sock pictures, I called upon his stunt double Gustav.
First up we have Bittersweet Woolery's Frog Prince socks. With all the winter we were having I decided I needed something bright. Oh boy did these fit the bill. Good thing they were in my purse when I had to wait at the service station for a new battery. Winter killed off my old one.
Now the astute among you will note that the socks are in fact two shades the one on the left being more yellow while the one on the right is more green. I swear to you they were knit from the same skein of yarn. Now D has some totally unique super bright socks. Since he really is my Frog Prince.
Next up we have Gus modeling the first Pining for You sock from Socks that Rock Mediumweight.
I did a nice little cable down one side since it adds a bit of excitement to a lovely plain-ish yarn color.
This was not a warm day so Gus was not opposed to having wooly things draped over him.
Finally my sock was still on the needles for the photo shoot and that does not make for a happy kitty knitting model so Jack nosed in to prove my knitting is kitty approved.
Now up on the needles for D is Mt. Rutsen Studio Margarita socks. I was saving this yarn for the dark winter days but somehow it missed the rotation twice now. I could not think of it sitting till next year, and since the grass may be uncovered it still is not growing yet. This color shall amuse me in the mean time. Totally not in my normal color selections but I am adoring it so far. Now if I could just find a cable to highlight the color.
I'm going to go feed the cats then look through a few knitting books