My mother sent me this Flat Feet yarn a few weeks ago, and I've been desperate to start knitting on it. You knit the yarn by just unraveling it as you go. The colors are hand-painted, so no two swatches are the same, and you don't know what your socks are going to look like until you knit them. I started knitting on this as soon as I finished Lily's socks even though Ella is technically next in line for stripey socks. When I told her I was knitting socks for myself, she asked, "Hey! Why do you get to cut in line?" I told her that the knitter always has the right to cut in line and if she wanted socks she should learn to knit them. She didn't like that answer.
I absolutely lurv how the colors are coming out in the socks. I refer to them as my sherbert socks.