Saturday, February 28, 2009

Hurdling Towards Spring

So I'm in my last semester of grad school, trying to complete (and by complete I mean start) my MFA thesis project. It's not that I've been slacking, quite the contrary. I have made a huge body of work in the last year and a half, but I still think there's one more new idea I can finalize before I'm flung into the Real World. Right now I'm waiting on the equipment I've ordered to begin working on the piece. More on this later.

In the meantime, as I am conflicted with impending deadlines and too little to do, I'm knitting a pair of socks for Andrew.

Andrew's Socks

Due to my busy production schedule this past year nobody has received much knitting love from me, least of all Andrew. So, I grabbed the yarn he picked out and cast on. The yarn is Patons Kroy and the color is Summer Moss. Which when knit up, alternates between lavender pastel with mint stripes and in-your-freaking-face acid green with red stripes

Andrew's socks

It's a little loud, like when I knit in front of people they are overcome by the magnitude of its visual volume. I, however, like it and appreciate the change from knitting brown and grey socks exclusively for the past six months.

And besides, in the right environment it fits right in.

yarn in the wild

Who else has socks that match the houseplants, hmm?

4 comments:

Alma said...

I hate to admit it but brown and grey socks fit right in with my house plants.
I rather wish that Andrews colourful socks were a better match.

The A.D.D. Knitter said...

I love the in-your-faceness of these socks!!

VaxGirl said...

Oh one can afford to be in your face with socks! Those are great, and I love Kroy Socks, it's a great value for the $$ and knits up very nicely.

KnitXcorE said...

i love that colorway.