Monday, July 11, 2005

Socks and more cats

I completed my Vera Socks over the weekend.

These were knit in Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sport. I wasn't thrilled with the patterning that was happening with the yarn, but I decided to just go with it. I actually think they came out kind of neat! And the yarn is so comfy and the socks went by so fast. I promise not to start another pair until Rob's second sock is finished.


Unki's obligatory "I wanna be in the picture!" shot.

I also ran Kitty Pi #2 through the wash one more time and I'm happy to say it was a success. Here's a little photo essay of what happened when it was done.


A happy Kitty Pi!


I put Maggie in to test it.


Unki comes along to see what's going on.


A fight ensues.


Unki is triumphant. Poor Maggie! This scenario happens about 10 times a day. I comforted Maggie with some love and she seemed to be fine. Of course, Unki is only interested in the Kitty Pies when Maggie is in them.

9 comments:

Diana said...

Cute socks! The stripey/pooling is very cool looking.

Purly Whites said...

Bad kitty! They do look so cute in those pies.

Your socks are adorable. The pooling worked and looks very cool.

huay in LA said...

wooo. nice socks - i do like the striping because it's got the radiating gray within. and poor Maggie!!!

goodkarma said...

I think the socks look stripeylicious! ha! No, seriously, I like the way the colors came out. Very nice.

Atouria said...

I really like the sock pattern. You are a sock knitting machine! I love the kitty pi storyline. At first I thought Unki might squeeze in with Maggie and they could be snuggle bunnies. I guess not!! I wish I had a kitty! :)

MinaG said...

Love the socks! And can't believe Truman got away with that! Is Maggie turning soft(er) on us?!

Monica said...

I like the colorway of the socks. The stripey pattern is cool! So if you knit another Kitty Pi will they still fight about all of them?

Jessica said...

The socks are totally cool. The patterning is amazing.

sungye said...

love the socks, what needle soze you use?