I had a lovely weekend at my parents’, then came back to Philadelphia to a half unpacked apartment and the start of a new academic year at a new institution. So the last few days have been hectic. But this afternoon, I cleared off a corner of my increasingly buried kitchen table, made a pot of tea, knit a few rows of my new socks (Susan B. Anderson’s Smooth Operators), and snapped a picture:
It’s been quiet around these parts of late. I’ve been in Philadelphia, sorting through boxes, wading through seas of yarn and trying to get my new apartment in order — aided by a very dear friend from Baltimore who helped me get it all done! I’ve been without internet in the place, so hopping on here has been hard!
After two days of unpacking, though, the place is starting to look like my own … and I’ve decamped to my parents’ house in Virginia for Labor Day weekend — yay!
But enough about me … Thursday’s all about the socks! And I have a finished pair to show … my Hermione’s Everyday Socks are done, done, done!
It’s Thursday and, friends, I have some sock progress to share!
I was all ready to write another post where I told you all about how I wasn’t making progress on my socks. I was planning to cast on Asagi last night. But yesterday was … a day. And by the time I sat down with a little time to knit, I didn’t have the mental or physical energy to cast on for a new project. So I pulled out my Hermione sock and had some therapeutic knitting time.