So a sleepless night and early zoom call did equate to more knitting time, and I was able to finish my vanilla socks knit with Knitpicks Stroll Tweed yarn in the color Lapis. No matter what light I used, the color on camera is off. They are a royal blue, not periwinkle like this picture I took under my Ott light. I got a little distracted while I was on my zoom call and knit a bit too much instep before starting the toe decreases, but I think they will be fine. I was pleasantly surprised that I'd already woven in the beginning yarn end, so I just had to kitchner the toe closed and weave in that end on each sock and they are now ready to wear. Now I have a clean slate to tackle my crochet projects for the CYC Crochet Instructor's Certification program. less than 6 weeks to go for that. I may have found some people to teach to crochet in my beta testing group for my certification requirement, so that's exciting.
Right now I'm waiting for Jo to get out of the shower so we can hit the library for a book that I'm interested in. She's a slowpoke. After the library I might visit family before I come home and get back to my yarn. Or I might paint. I got some online painting videos last night from Painting To Gogh ($10 off from my link: http://paintingtogogh.refr.cc/shannonlathrop?t=em)
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