Yes! I finally have the pattern worked out where I like what it is doing with the stripes and with the look. (This is a variation to the Nutkin Sock Pattern)
I have finished the center V all the way to the end of the pattern stitches while beginning the legs of the next inverted V.
This picture was taken under extreme conditions:
Here are a few outtakes...
This is the grab and run with everything attached to her....
This is the pounce #2 attempt....
This is the innocent kitten look after a scolding for biting the wooden needle tip!
Yes, she got a big hug after these pictures!!!
*The Nutting Stone is the name of rocks used by Native Americans to break nuts-they were favorite rocks which were used often and saved because they were a good fit and comfortable to the hand.)
Look at that sweet kitty face! The tangled kitty trick is all too familiar here too-as is the tangled doggie trick.ReplyDelete
Awww Kitty yarn love. I like the V on the sock very much. Fezzik knew there was wool in a bagunder the Christmas tree on christmas morning. We kept them out of his reach or he would have destroyed it and run with it!ReplyDelete
Such a cute little helper!ReplyDelete
Kittens are so cute even when they're naughty!! Watching variegated yarn develop a pattern as it becomes a sock is so much fun.ReplyDelete
the cat might be a yarn monster, but her colouring goes very well with the quilt and the sock yarn:) and those eyes are so hard to resist....ReplyDelete