I also can't believe that I've already finished a pair of socks for March! To be honest, it's been a struggle to finish a pair per month for the last few months, but right now I really feel like I am in a great knitting groove.
I'm glad I'm feeling the knitting, because I really can't do anything else right now with the stress fracture in my leg. I did try to do a bit of walking today, but after only 1 block of slow walking I was feeling pain. I guess I'm not ready yet.
This pair of socks marks the first time I've knit a pair 2 at a time using magic loop. I was inspired by the new book 2-At-A-Time Socks by Melissa Morgan-Oakes. I didn't use her method, but I was inspired to try the technique (I did the toes separately, but then put them on the same needle once the toes were done).
It turns out that I don't really like knitting socks 2 at a time. I do like not risking Second Sock Syndrome, but I just didn't enjoy the experience as much. I think it's because there's just too much going on. I also found it more difficult to prevent ladders for some reason.
Yarn: Yarntini Sport Weight (260 yards) in the Twistini colorway. (Purchased at Twisted in Portland, Oregon).
Needles: Addi Turbo 32" 3.25mm circular.
Pattern: I made it up as I went along. 2 @ a time toe up on one circular using magic loop.