I am planning to knit a pair of socks [Quinton would now be saying, "Of course."] but the change is that I'm using a commercial pattern vs. designing my own. [Okay, pick up your jaws - and knitting needles - off the floor.] It's the traveling stitch design from Mountain Colors for the "Jonesy's Toe-up Socks." I'll be knitting from the top-down, adapting the twisted stitch for my lefthandedness, and think it will be nice in the jawoll yarns colorway of muted blues, greens and browns. I used this pattern for a charity pair of socks and really liked it and decided it would be nice to make a pair for myself. I just figured that it would be a change of pace not to have to work out all the logistics for a new pattern. This way, I can just knit. Ought to be fun, based on how the ribbing is knitting up; the yarn is quite nice.