Yup, more Noro socks. I started knitting them like this:
And realized that they might look good inside out as well (which really looks like the right side anyway):
You can scarcely tell the difference, even side by side.
So through bleary morning eyes, I could get a pair like this:
Yarn: Noro Silk Garden Sock, colorway #245, 40% lamb's wool, 25% silk, 25% nylon, 10% kid mohair.
Pattern: My own serendipitously reversible, convertible sock/anklet pattern.
Needles: #1 (2.25mm) dpns
Comments: I cast on 60 stitches instead of my usual 64 after I read the label noting that there was only 300 meters of yarn on the skein. The sock is plenty large, even with the decrease in stitches. This yarn felt thicker and more difficult to knit with than the Kureyon sock yarn. And I have two more skeins of it in my stash. Oh my.
Here's a closeup of the wrong and the right sides of each heel, both done using the Strong heel method. Note the large slubs.
Again, I made these convertible to anklets.
Here's the yarn I had left. Not much, huh?