Earlier this year, I decided that at this point in my crafting career, it was time, or past time, that I should learn to make socks. So, I picked up a couple of balls of sock yarn at Karey's shop, some Patons Kroy Socks Fx, wool nylon blend. For a pattern, I chose the Poseidon Socks by Elinor Brown, available on Ravelry. I don't think I did the pattern justice, but I learned a lot. The lace pattern does not show up nearly as well on my socks, perhaps because of the tweedy look of the yarn, or perhaps my socks are a little too loose. I am indebted to the Lattes & Llamas video "How to knit a seamless toe using a provisional cast on" which I used for both toes, and the second heel, after I didn't like the look of the heel on my first sock. Surely my own fault with my bumbling attempts to recognize the wraps, not the pattern. I started in April, had to put them aside to meet some deadlines, and just recently finished. For all their faults, they are really socks, and I can wear them and they feel good. I've already started my next pair. This is my new favorite toy, the Handy Gauge Ruler by Ann Budd Knits. You line up your stitches with the marks, and it tells you how many stitches per inch you are getting, such a quick and easy way to double check your gauge as you go.