Oh yes, there has been knitting.
You'll have to click on the link to see the back of it since I added it after the fact and had to use Photobucket to do it because Blogger doesn't play well after you start writing a post.
1 ball solid colour 100% cotton DK weight
1 ball varigated 100% mercerized cotton DK weight
4mm (US 6) knitting needles
Note: Wind 3 bobbins of the solid colour since you can't carry it across the back. You can carry the varigated all the way across or wind off 3 bobbins of that. I wound bobbins so that the colours wouldn't completely match up in the squares. Just my little oddities coming out again.
Cast on 42 sts - solid
Rows 1-4: Knit - solid
*Row 5: K4 solid, K10 varigated, K2 solid, K10 varigated, K2 solid, K10 varigated, K4 solid.
Row 6: K4 solid, P10 varigated, K2 solid, P10 varigated, K2 solid, P10 varigated, K4 solid.*
Repeat * to * for another 10 rows (each "pane" should have 12 rows of colour).
Rows 17-18: Knit solid
Rows 19-30: Repeat * to * for twelve rows.
Rows 31-32: Knit solid
Rows 33-44: Repeat * to * for twelve rows.
Rows 45-48: Knit solid
Weave in ends.
Admire your pretty.
The Chenille got to come out of the Naughty Corner. I dropped another needle size and now it seems to be doing well for the striping thing. I really love this yarn. Too bad it had to stay in the corner for so long.
The sock is slowly growing. It's a fast knit, it just isn't being made by a fast knitter.