“Why are there so many socks made of rainbows,
and what pattern to decide?
Rainbows are visions, but only illusions
and self stripers have nothing to hide.
Knitting socks can be hard and some choose to believe it
I know they’re wrong wait and see
Someday we’ll find it, the rainbow connection,
the sock lovers, the knitters and me.”
4 rows each Color Me Happy
Yes, you need this fibery ball right this very minute. You need a little Christmas now!
4 rows each Hollyberry, Tree, Lights, all surrounded by 6 rows Angel. Mini Me in Hollyberry.
You really can’t stay – but she’s so beautiful – enticing you to knit just one more stripe. You wonder what the neighbors might think, and there’s bound to be talk tomorrow.
You ought to say no, no, no. But that potato chip knitting is putting you under a spell.
You simply must go – but baby it’s cold outside!
That wasically wabbit is at it again, stirring up trouble, and dropping bon mots with abandon! Good thing his socks are nice looking.
With stripes that are twice dyed (double the fun!) for a tonal effect, the result is a gorgeous neutral sock with a pop of color in the small stripe and matching heel/toe.
10 rows Bugs, 10 rows Elmer Fudd, 4 rows Looney Tune. Mini Me in Looney Tune