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happy fall sweet Andi....(next time I will read the blog first and then go to Flickr)... ;}
there are 365 days in a year...one needs socks...and the occasional chunky cowl...
hope it gets colder for you, so the dream becomes reality!! today here in Va...it is raining (yeah) and 54 deg F...double yeah...!!!


Ooo pie! Fall is my favorite season! Maybe it's a knitters thing? I love it when it gets cold, and dark and I can light some candles and knit while it's raining outside. Also pumpkins. I love pumpkins...
Maybe I should try some self-striping yarn too! your socks are so lovely :)


Do those happen to be Downton Abbey stitch markers?! If so, that is one of the most awesome things I have ever seen and I must have a set of my own! You have been going KAL crazy, but managing to get everything done (possibly because you are super knitter). I hope you have more fun baking pies while wearing your colorful new socks!


i love the stripey socks, and they match SO well!

looks like we've both gotten into KAL-mode. i tried to join in with solid socks but i have no solid purple yarn. next month is plains/savannahs. no idea what to do with that, but it's still weeks away and i have other socks to knit.

ps - that pie looks AWESOME!


How fun to join KALs. I think I've only done two; one was a success and the other resulted in the frog pond. But I do have a goal to do just all that one year.
I saw someone just mention the st marker was Downtown Abbey? LOL, I thought the couple was possibly Carlise and Esme from Twilight.
That variegated blue is lovely; I like how it's subtle.


Love your socks and the pie looks very delicious!!

wendy from oz


Love your Halloween socks! You are a busy, busy in all departments. But it looks like you're having fun along the way...and not stressing too much about deadlines; doing things KALs for fun! That is how it should be imo.

Have a great week my friend.



YUM! Sounds like an amazing fall meal. It's been in the 50's and 60's here, so those would be perfect! I love the socks too :) The stripes are super fun.

Mr. Puffy

Love love love your Halloween socks!!! You finished before me dawg gone it LOL I too use a 64 stitch recipe. I guess you really are your sister's knitter ~ that cowl is to die for! Pie looks fabulous ~ save me a piece.


I love your Halloweenie socks! They are super cute! Ouh, that cowl looks so comfortable already! Happy fall to you!


I am totally in the Halloween spirit too! Love the socks :)


Downton Abbey stitch marker. SHUT. UP.


I want to see a picture of all your hand knit socks sometime. I'll bet it is a sight to see.


I love the colors of your Halloween socks. I just finished the candy corn socks from Knitterly Things. The dyer Julia always gets the stripes perfect. She does Halloween yarns each year. I live in Northeast PA so it's blessedly cool and the color change is in full swing. Fall is a great season here. I don't envy your 90 degree weather. I melt in the heat. Not having central air also adds to the suck.

Annie @ knitsofacto

Eek! Size 9! That really is sisterly love :D

Gorgeous socks, they make me think of mint humbugs!


That pie looks phenomenal, and I am experiencing some serious sock envy looking at those lovely stripy darlings.

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