This morning after I was coherent enough to be able to count stitches, I checked out the work I had done in the wee hours and all went well. The Rose Trellis is now on a live row with the correct number of stitches. First thing I did after that was fix the chart so that I don't make that mistake again. We'll see what happens when the next repeat of the chart comes up.
When I was in Hawaii, I finished a pair of socks in Interlacements Toasty Toes Submarine colorway and started a new pair in Rowan 4 ply merino. This time, I wanted to work a texture pattern on solid color socks, so I chose basketweave stitch to use on the instep and the cuff. This shows the patch toe that I used for starting the sock. They were handy to have on hand while I was at the annual Suds o'Summer my friends Cathy and Bruce hold to celebrate Bruce's birthday. They never fail to start a conversation.