Graduation was a somewhat gloomy affair, due in large part to the freezing cold and the early hour.
There were a few bright spots: Namely the graduate, who looked fantastic and glowed with well-deserved pride and happiness (and perhaps a tiny bit of frostbite too). I also enjoyed the happy pandemonium of the actual moment of graduation:
And of course working on the socks, which are coming along nicely, during the ceremony:
I would’ve done more except that my fingers were frozen solid. In a few more rows I will be ready to turn the heels, which I’m not totally sure how to do on the two circulars, so that will be a fun adventure. Any advice welcome!
Since the graduation trip is the last plane trip for a while, I’m hoping to get back to Frost Flowers and Leaves this week. I’m halfway through the second of eight repeats of chart two . . . exciting stuff!