I have completed my first Rosebuds sock in Handmaiden Casbah in the Berry colorway from Ann's sock club. It took a few tries to adjust the number of sts. I started with 72 sts then went down to 68 sts and ended up at 70 sts on my 2.5 mm Addi Lace 40" circular needles. I like the tips on these needles a lot, however, they make working the Norwegian Purl a bit more challenging. Ann cleverly designed this sock with a 5 row repeat that is easily memorized. After 12 rounds of ribbing, I worked 4 repeats of the Rosebuds for 60 rounds. I started working the 36 heel sts in stockinette stitch (on 2.00 mm Addi Turbo needles) keeping the instep sts in the Rosebuds pattern for the next 15 rounds. I worked wrapped short row heel over 34 sts down to 14 sts. I switched back to the 2.5 mm Addi Lace needle for the rest of the sock, working 70 rounds to the toe decreases. I started with 36 sts on the top of the toe and after 1 plain round of stockinette on size 2.00 Addi Turbo needles, I decreased on just the top of the foot and then continued with my usual decreases for the remainder of the toe. This yarn in incredibly soft and makes wonderful socks.