I finished another pair of socks (for me) a couple of weeks ago. They are like the last two pairs I knitted - the structure is based on the On the Other Foot socks I made in Ann Kingstone and Sarah Alderson's knit-along, but these are quite plain, double rib. I had some variegated sock yarn I wanted to use, so a fancy pattern wouldn't have shown up well.
The yarn was dyed for me by my friend Steph of Millhouse Designs (stephscraftybits on Etsy). The special thing about the yarn is that she dyed two strands together, so that the colour changes happen in the same places. So knitting a sock from each strand means that they match.
I wanted colours that aren't too exciting (I'm not into wearing brightly coloured socks yet), so they are grey at the toe, turning into indigo blue at the cuff. With winter in mind, I made the leg part longer than the last pair I made. They are proving very cosy. I'll knit some more. I have two skeins of variegated sock yarn that are basically grey - I should be safe colourwise with those (not too exciting) and I think that they might suit a fancy pattern too.