If it seems like I haven't been knitting that much for the last few months... it's because I haven't! As the wedding got closer, I started casting on and knitting easy socks without a backwards glance at my more complicated projects. Now I'm finally getting a chance to photograph everything and start thinking about other projects, and I've found myself strangely drawn to the idea of finishing my previous works in progress. Some of them are absurdly close to being finished: one needs to have ends woven in and buttons sewn on, and that's it; two others just need to be blocked and have their ends woven in. Really, at this point it's silly not to finish them!
I will say, though, for some reason socks are less intimidating - the orange and blue socks weren't sitting around long before I wove in their ends and got Lumberjack to take pictures. That might be a good thing in either case; I've got plenty more socks yet to make, and weaving in ends is pretty much always a good thing!
Pattern: My own simple sock recipe
Yarn: Panda Wool Print, colorway Circus (orange & blue),
Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock, colorway Carbon Dating (red, grey and dark green)
Yardage: ~340 yards and ~360 yards, respectively
Needles: Size 1.5 (2.5 mm) US Hiya Hiya double-points