The third pair of Corrie socks are done. I am happy to report that newly spun toe is not bothering me at all. It's the one in front in case you are wondering.
Immediately after casting off, I cast on the second of another pair of Corrie socks. I am starting to see an end in sight. There is only one more pair of Corrie after this and then a pair of Jacob that I cast on so foolishly during a raging fit of startitis months ago. I won't be doing that again.
I had quite a bit of the turquoise left over and some leftover nests of Corrie. I see some crazy stripes in my future. Far future. The rustic sock making machinery is grinding to a halt for the time being.
Having said that, I do so love these socks. I didn't think I would need thick warm socks this year but it seems I do.
I pull a thick pair over a pair of thinner socks and then I can wear my Crocs in any weather without a problem. I haven't put on my boots since Snowpocalypse 2010 and I hope to keep it that way. I only wish I could fit them inside my skates. Hmmmm......?