As you can see this pattern has over 4,000 projects on Ravelery. The swirly shell pattern is beautiful and the twisted stitches really make the pattern pop. I've been tinkering on these on and off for a very long time. They rode the bus with me to the legal clinic all year long, but it's hard to make significant progress knitting 4-5 rounds at a time.
The yarn is one of the first cones I ever bout from Yarnia, it's one of their custom house blends called Arch Cape. If they don't have it in their store right now, I bet they can make you up something very similar. They're super accommodating like that--super nice.
This pattern creates a very long sock leg. I think if I make it again I will only repeat the pattern twice on the leg rather than three times. Cookie A's pattern is written very clearly and is easy to follow, but the pattern is only charted so you have to be able to read charts.
Unfortunately, June is not the best time to be finishing wool socks. I'll have to pack them away until it starts to get cold again. If you want to check out other projects that people have been casting off this week, you can check out Tami's Amis blog where's she's collects FO links.