I finished these yoga socks at the beginning of the month, but to tell you the truth, I'm so tired of them that I couldn't be bothered posting about them until now. I played around with the "toy camera" setting when I was taking the picture, just to make it a little less boring.
One skein of Berocco Comfort Sock, in color 1810 "Invercargill", on I think 2.5 mm needles. I can't remember which pattern I used -- probably this one, just with a continuous 3x1 rib.
On the bright side, the yarn in 3x1 rib is very stretchy, so I could make knee socks without any shaping at all.
I actually meant these as more of a sock dickey than for yoga -- because I'd heard that acrylic yarns make your feet sweatier than cotton or wool does, I thought, "oh, yoga socks over cotton ones!". This is I think a good idea, but these have rather large heel openings, which means that the white sock underneath shows above the top of my shoes -- if I do this again, I'll make the opening a little smaller.
Sorry for the crummy lighting, indoors and out -- it's actually raining at the moment! "Ten percent chance," the weather man said! In the middle of a drought! It looks like it won't do much more than get the pavement damp, but gosh, you take what you can get!
And just because I'm pleased with these, here are some gratuitous roses shots, an oldish one and a new one --
These are "Duchesse de Brabant" -- in January! -- and the one below is "Sharifa Asma".