So you know how a few weeks ago I told you about drinking the koolaid and falling down the rabbit hole of stripey socks? Well, here is further proof of my addiction.
This was my Camp Loopy 1 project. The prompt was to knit with a yarn I had never used before, which was the perfect invitation to pick up another skein of self-striping. The Loopy Ewe carries a lot of lines I had never tried, but I finally landed on Desert Vista Dyeworks because this colorway, Mona Lisa, was such a departure from my usual socks.
What really makes these socks is the pattern. Alice Yu's Shur'tugal is one of those magical patterns that looks great in any kind of colorway and so was perfect for self-striping. It kept the color without obscuring the pattern and was a lot of fun to knit. Seriously, every time I find myself wanting to knit socks I start with Socktopus. That book is amazing.
To find more great FOs, check out the gang over at Tami's Amis!