I've had a few requests for instructions on how to make a simple row counter bracelet, so today I finally did the 'photo shoot' (Work with me, baby!), wrote the instructions, and put it all together on my web site. They're basically a little abacus for your wrist, and great for knitters and crocheters!
I'm making good progress on the Meida Socks - this is the first one ... I went down a needle size (from 2.25 to 2mm) and I'm hoping the fit isn't a bit *too* firm.... hmm. The heel turning is quite unusual, and I really liked it... a whole bunch of Estonian techniques to learn on this sock!
While knitting this sock I've discovered (probably last in the world to figure this one out) that another advantage of Magic Loop socks is you can try them on as you knit, even top down socks!
And my Ice Queen is nearly done! I'm into the Picot Casting Off Rows with Beads that Shall Never End 0_o Photos soon!
ETA : the toe of the sock isn't finished yet - what you can see is the KnitPicks 2mm short circular needle (2 silver needles & purple cord), and a stitch marker (beads) that mark the start of the round.