Narcissus pseudo-narcissus Sock
I’m firmly convinced that daffodils are one of the best flowers for lazy gardeners like me (or perhaps I should say efficient gardeners). You drop dozens of them in the ground one cold fall day, then forget about them all winter long. Come spring, you are rewarded with a sea of cheerful yellow. Best of all, they come back year after year. These projects are the same, a bit of work up front followed by lots of reward in the future. The socks draw on the rich greens and gentle curves of the leaves to produce an enchanting result. The cuffs echo the lovely flared shape of the flower itself. This is one of my favorite shapes for a cuff (it fits beautifully, keeps your hands warm, and doesn’t get in the way of typing or knitting), and it’s a perfect match for this image.