This pair is mine! That's why I took an awkward picture of my feet instead of asking Teenage Daughter to model. She's not getting the chance to claim this pair.
The yarn is Opal Flamingo and they're the same needles, same number of stitches, and same non-pattern as every other pair of socks I've knit lately. With yarn this pretty, I didn't think they needed fancy stitch patterns. And, honestly, I'm still in the mood for mindless knitting.
I just finished Purses and Poison, the second Haley Randolph mystery, and I'm counting the days until I can pick up the third book at the library next week. The heroine of this series is annoying. She's shallow, and not too bright, and her ethics are questionable. But by the end of the first book, she'd started to grow as a person, and by the end of the second book, she'd grown a bit more. I don't think I'd like her if she was a real person, but she's fun to read about.
Night of the Living Thread is the fourth Threadville mystery, but after reading a guest post that metioned glow in the dark thread, zombies, ancient Egyptian curses, and a wedding gown used as a murder weapon, I knew I wanted to jump in and read this one right away. I'm only about halfway through, but so far I'm enjoying it.
For more fun projects to drool over, check out On the Needles at Patchwork Times and Work in Progress Wednesdays at Tami's Amis. For more finishes, check out Sew Much Ado, Finish it Up Friday, Can I get a Whoop Whoop?, , and Freedom Fridays, Wonderful at Home, and Inspired Friday.