Mad (Cape) Cod
Finally finished. I held it under my desk and knit the final cuff while my students did their sustained silent reading today (about fifteen minutes). I’m pretty sure I’ll frog them and reknit them with five repeats on the foot (serves me right after I left the gauge out of the pattern) and change it to a heel flap.
I prefer heel flaps, but short row heels are easier and the pattern was supposed to be suitable for a first-time sock knitter.
I do really like how the colors work together. There is fawn in the Cape Cod, but the solid stripes prevent the pooling that drives me mad.
Now I have to see if I made the cut. When they last posted, there were only four slots left in my division.
The original Mad Cows were knit in Filitura Cervinia color 012 (black, white, and gray variegated) and some random black yarn (I knit them on vacation and didn’t save the ball band), both 100% merino.