Again, I was preparing to go camping. And again, I was dangerously close to the end of the second sock.
And it’s a good thing, too, because there was still plenty of evening light left when this happened.
The pattern is Jeck. It’s another perfect traveling pattern: instantly memorizable, easy enough to work while doing anything else, but provides a break from endless plain stockinette. It would have been better suited to a colorway that tends to arrange itself into one-row stripes, to really show off the slipped stitches, but I think it looks fine here too. Of course, there’s not much that could make this yarn look bad.
The yarn is Little Red Bicycle Hipster Sock, in Cthulhu. I previously said the only thing I didn’t love about it was that it hadn’t become socks yet. Well, times have changed, and now the only thing I don’t love about it is that I don’t have another skein.