Nothing to show for

I got my Kindle a few weeks ago and I’ve been reading a storm, neglecting my fiber life. I finished the Millennium series, World Without End (K. Follet), Cutting for Stone (Verghese) , Outlander (Gabaldon), Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet (Ford), The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (Shaffer), and The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet (Mitchell) all in month.

In the old days, woman were not allowed to have idle hands. There is nothing as effective for making idle hands as reading, so I have nothing to show for, except for these socks. There were dyed together and cranked on the socks machine using a 64 cylinder and 3×1 ribbing.

Wool2Dye4 base yarn, MCN, dyed in the summer colorway from ProChem.

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