I finally finished the socks I began at the Colorado retreat. I was interrupted with a few other projects, a trip to FL, and the first two weeks of the start of another school year. I think they turned out well and they feel very comfortable. The Yarn is Lang Jawoll. It's a superwash, so they will make their maiden voyage through the wash tomorrow. They should soften up nicely. I can't remember much else about the yarn because I misplaced the wrapper. My wife bought the yarn for me in Kansas City and I know it comes from Switzerland. The stripes are pretty close to matching, so I am pleased with that as well. I also added the thinner sock-reinforcement (heel and toe) for this pair. I think it will make a nice difference in their durability.
I now have no projects on my needles, but I think a Raglan-Sleeved Henley by Bruce Weinstein is next. I am, however, tempted to just do a standard, no-frills raglan sweater and add some fun stitchwork patterns and perhaps some cabling. I got 15 skeins of yarn for free as an apology from Knit Picks for a bad batch of yarn last Christmas, so I can add a bit of my own creative madness to a sweater.