Just a quick post today to report on the socks I finished before I went on holiday. These guys just flew off the needles, mainly due to that excellently just-addictive-enough lace pattern. I really enjoyed watching them grow, and thinking about the little stream in my parents' garden.
When I was little, I enjoyed imagining where the water in our garden
flowed. Our little stream (or beck) flows off the
moors, through our village and into the River Wharfe. The Wharfe flows
through many picturesque towns and villages, and through Tadcaster
where the water is used for brewing beer, and no doubt past some former wool and cotton mills. It then joins
with the waters from all over Yorkshire to travel
through York, passing millennia of history. From there it flows south to
join the Humber, go under the Humber bridge and out to the big blue sea.
Lovely socks, though knitting them may have made me a bit sentimental!
Pattern: Kalajoki by Tiina Seppälä [rav link]
Yarn: Toddy by The Yarn Yard in Haar [sea mist that comes over the north east coast of the UK]