Last night, I finished one sock with Tofutsies yarn. It contains Chitin, a fiber from shrimp and crab shells that is also naturally antibacterial. So, my blue and white socks are, in fact, partially green! The yarn is nice and soft but it is hard to work with as the twisted fibers easily separate if you aren't careful. The stripes were a surprise that I didn't notice while I was knitting.
I don't usually stop at one sock (unlike my quilting UFO's) but I did last night so I could start my yarn pooling sock challenge at Patchwork Times.
I have several yarn candidates for the challenge and I started with the wine looking yarn. I wound the yarn into balls-2 balls since there was a join in the yarn. I knew about the join when I purchased the yarn and it was about 1/2 way in the skein. I have barely started the ribbing and have no idea how it will or won't pool. Wish me luck.
Here is a still life photo of the end table next to my rocker.
The yarn in the middle and needles are my new start for the challenge. Tea, glasses, scissors, pencil and other stuff are all in reach. My knitting sack is just below the photo.
Check out the other needle posts at Patchwork Times.
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