Here is my completed right sock from the February installment of the Cookie A sock club. The yarn is Richness of Martens fingering (75% fine superwash merino/15% cashmere) by Alisha Goes Around in the Genevieve colorway. This yarn is absolutely divine as is the pattern. I am using my 2.5 mm Addi Lace Turbo needles and though the leg fits fine, the foot feels a little big. I should have used a smaller needle for the sole, but that really breaks up the knitting for me.
I inadvertently did not check the updated version of the pattern and ended up unknitting 30 rounds so I could decrease 4 more sts after the heel (I should have checked on the number of sts for the toe before I reached the toe) which did improve the fit. The toe is a bit square even after I moved one stitch from each edge over the corner stitches and I grafted the toe in the ribbing pattern. It does look much nicer on and it is a lot of fun to knit. We have already received our April yarn and patterns which is inspiring me to complete this lovely pair.
Cookie kindly includes two of her wonderful patterns to choose from, one more simple and the other more challenging. Of course, I go for the more challenging patterns. One modification I did make was to do an eye of partridge stitch heel instead of the ribbed heel as I prefer the look of the eye of partridge stitch.