Anyway, a few days before leaving the hospital, I picked up the 2nd sock and started knitting. I did get released a week ago on Sunday...an 18 day stay. Other than going to my house DR on Monday for a follow up, I did not much more than sleep the first 2 days home. I am very slowly starting to feel better. Thank you for all the well wishes!
I happily finished them off yesterday. Even feeling good enough to sit out on the balcony with my husband for short periods of time.
I always knit with my glasses on my head! For knitting, I see better without my glasses! Ignore the bruises on my legs...They are from nightly shots that I need for a few more days.
BUT...do you see what I see? I was looking at the stripe pattern...comparing it to the other sock...and when I got to the end color, I just assumed I was finished. Made the toe. And today, I look at them and think...Gee - one looks shorter than the other! Yup, I stopped 3 bands of color short! Got to undo that toe, pick up the yarn and knit those 3 bands. My poor brain can not even seem to compute simple socks!
I was digging through my knitting bag and found these perfectly lovely gray socks! Absolutely no recollection of knitting them! Those stripes match perfectly, it just doesn't look like they do in the photo.
I am thinking January? I remember thinking it would be fun to knit socks in "seasonal" colors. And January is gray and snowy!
My February socks had a touch of red for Valentine's and dark colors for the long dark nights.
March is bright! Got to fix that one sock though! AFTER I finish the pair I started yesterday...
Light green for all the budding new leaves of spring...should be April's theme color. Well, we will just have to see how the year plays out. Will I have 12 pairs/monthly color...or combine a few months into one seasonal color? Either way, it does keep me entertained!
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