The day after Christmas, I finished my Kai Mei socks! They are made of Noro Kureyon, which is to say, they are made of dreams and rainbows. If you've never knit with this yarn before, you'll think it's a little scratchy. Then I'll tell you to machine wash (cold) and dry your socks (yes, really - I know that's blasphemy, but trust me) and they will turn soft and squishy and fabulous.
Bonus - I have plenty of Kureyon left which I can combine with another leftover skein to make something fabulous and stripy! Woohoo!
Pattern: Kai Mei, by Cookie A (from the book Sock Innovation)
Yarn: Noro Kureyon Sock (colorway S236)
Needles: US 1/2.25 mm DPNs