I am happily working on my second rainbow sock. The first one has been blocked but I still have to weave in those pesky ends.
I am getting ready to cast-on a Rainbow Dash inspired sock design. Rainbow Dash was my kids' favourite Pony from the My Little Pony franchise. I cast on once already, but the colours weren't right and I wasn't feeling the design so I re-worked the colours, re-charted the design and I think I am ready to go.
I spent most of Saturday binding off Cecily. Seriously, I started at lunch time and finished at 7pm - I knit 4 rows of garter stitch and binded off. I am happy to have the 750 stitches off my needles. I need to pick up for the sleeves which feels like a treat compared to the lace edging.
I have a concern with the bottom front corners of the cardigan. Do you see how they are bunched up? That bunching is kind of freaking me out a little bit. I am tempted to block the sweater before I pick up for the sleeves. Is that a good idea? I don't knit a lot of sweaters, so I would appreciate your opinion. The sleeve stitches are on waste yarn, so they will survive a bath(I think). I just really want to pin the lace edging open and see if the bottom corners relax and open up without any bunching.