Decided that I'd had enough of the ribbing on the kilt hose so I took the plunge, got out all the bobbins I posess and started winding them with 5 yards each and started the intarsia. I had no idea that it would take all thirty (Oh my gosh - THIRTY!) bobbins to get started on these socks! As I'm not really crazy about weaving in ends, I use Kaffe Fassett's method and bind them in as I go. Messy looking while it is happening, but no ends to weave in for later. I call that a win!
I decided to take some pictures - even though it looks pretty messy at this stage...
And here's one of just the back side of the knitting. You can see the woven in ends... not the prettiest finish, but I think it is one of the most flexible, since it is done as the knitting progresses. Oh, and did I mention, no ends to weave in later? That's my favorite part!
Next up, pictures of the finished yarn I've been working on!