So remember that late October I went to KidLitCon and spent the day knitting 2x2 watchcaps for the Navy ship? That project has gone awfully well-- see here for the update from Shanti's mom.
But it wasn't my only knitting that weekend. As one of my best friend's parents were so gracious as to host a wandering and sneezing hedgehog (I was seriously ill that weekend), I brought them something warm in return.
Sock Monkey cup cozies!
Now, I'm not a huge fan of sock monkeys. I don't understand the appeal of them. But the Master Sergeant had mentioned that his dad was a huge fan and that they had some sock monkeys around that apparently, I'd missed. Okay, duly noted.
The sock monkeys are out of Cascade 220--mostly superwash. I forgot that I needed to use superwash and grabbed some red non-superwash that was leftover from another project. Face-palmed when I realized what I'd done.
Pattern: George Sock Monkey Cup Cozy
Modifications: I didn't do the solid ears, instead I did I-cord ears big enough to put your thumbs through. Also I just used black yarn instead of buttons.
It was very fiddly overall and I'm not sure I'd made them again.
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