Pattern: Baby Dots by Kay MeadorsYarn: Bernat Softee Baby in "white", "prettiest pink", "pink" and "rose rumba"
Needle: US 6
Notes: So easy to knit, but also suffers from "OMG-I-am-so-bored-with-this" syndrome. I carried up the three yarns along the inside of the borders so that I didn't have to weave in the ends after every row. It was a VERY good idea... all of those ends would have made me cray-zee! Also, I had to rely on MiL's stash to have enough white yarn. Since our dye-lot's didn't match I alternated every other row to blend the two.
Yarn: Madelintosh Tosh Sock in Logwood
Needles: US 0
Notes: Great pattern if you read the whole thing through (ahem... me)! I'd highly recommend going down at least a needle size... I went down TWO and they fit "just right" on my calves. This was my first time doing an "eye of the partridge heel" and I really liked it. Caution though, it eats up more yarn than a standard heel, so you need to be sure you'll have enough.
With both projects off my needles I hinted at a little cheat... until the very end of April. I'm just smitten with these mittens! (Emma's Mittens)
... it's easy to get distracted.