For Sukkasato-KAL and at the same time for charity I have made some more socks.
One pair of preemie socks, and one pair in children's size - maybe 3-4 years old? The kid's sock pattern is my own, and I will propably write it up soon. It's nothing especially new, but I find them pretty.
I joined another fun sock knit-along Sukkasato (that's Finnish for Sock Harvest) - which runs September and October. It's Finnish, and the sign-ups are closed, so don't feel bad if you missed it. However, I especially like the fact that children's socks count, and that people are encouraged to knit for charity. I have lots of sock yarn rests, which make perfect children's socks.
This week has been crap. Really stressful sometimes, sometimes very boring. Haven't really been keen on knitting - well I haven't actually been interested in anything this week. I hope for better times with more motivation and strength. I did buy a Spanish self-learn course today, so I'm sure that'll get me out of this slump. And! I'm going on a short holiday in 2 weeks. Can hardly wait.
Some sock joy to share anyway: I finished the second child's sock for my cousin's son. I just need to block them now.