For me, at least. I've never done two pairs in one month before. At least I don't think so. Okay, they're kid-sized. They're still socks. Behold:
A simple 56-stitch stockinette sock, sized for a four-year old. The main yarn used is Steinbach Wolle's Sockenwolle, in a nice tweedy brown. Since I only had one ball and didn't want to run short, I did heels and toes in some leftover Brown Sheep Naturespun sport. It's different enough to be noticeable without being too in-your-face, I think. He'll like them just fine, I hope, and get some wear out of them before hitting another growth spurt! The Sockenwolle is decent yarn. I like tweedy yarns (I think I'm the only fan of say, Wildfoote on the planet), but I do wish the acrylic content wasn't so high. Just my personal preference. Feet need to breathe.
March's yarn of choice will be Apple Laine's Apple Pie in "Arizona." Mom chose a stitch pattern from More Sensational Knitted Socks for her pair. Meanwhile, I'm still working on my brother's camo socks (Yarn Wench) and my Kaylee socks (All Things Heather).