It was love at first sight. I was drawn to it. I couldn't stop thinking about it.
Ohhh....the bright, fun colors.
Before I knew it, it was on my needles and half a sock was knit.
My poor "design submission" project looked so blah and boring. Besides that it was being a pain in the neck. It kept calling out to me saying things like, "Listen, you made a commitment to me, you have to get me done!" But I didn't want to listen...
When I decided to go on a vacation to a theme park last weekend, we both knew who I was going to take with me....
I felt like I had the perfect set up here. I worked this sock in a plain stockinette stitch on magic loop. I feel like you dont need a stitch pattern with such crazy colors! The magic loop was a good idea because dpns weren't falling out everywhere all the time, and it was easy and quick to put away when I got on the rides.
I also used my handy sock bag that I easy slung over my arm, and held my yarn for me while I knit away.
I had never knit in line before, but it was great. It passed the time and I got a good amount done.
Besides spending time together in line, my rainbow sock and I had a wonderful day together.
Because rainbow sock was on magic loop I was able to put him on my arm tuck in the needles, and even take him on a very scary roller coaster with me.
Did you know that they won't let you knit on roller coasters?
He was a little scared, but had a great time!
We were both hungry by then, so I took rainbow sock out for a romantic dinner.
It was a fantastic day....
......until I got heat stroke, spent some time vomiting in a planter, then went to first aid.....
Aren't theme parks grand?