Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Is still knit, I promise.

And I have pics to prove it. So, let's dive right in. Here are my Yukon Leaves socks:

You can see the pattern a little on these. This pair also kills 2 birds with 1 stone. There are my Socktober fest socks, and the socks for my October credit for the SAM2 KAL. And I love this colorway. It's Lana Grossa Meilenweit Fun #138.

Next up we have the fingerless gloves I made for my dad:

I made these with Knitpicks Essentials in grass. They are really soft and warm.

And I caved, I made my first dish cloth. I used the same Yukon Leaves pattern and converted it the dishcloth.

I know the pic is lousy. I had to use the flash, and the kitchen counter is white.

And just for Halloween, here are the pumpkins we carved last night:

This one is Annie's. I cut it open for her, she gutted it, told me what she wanted on it, and I carved it for her.

This one is Katie's. It's a little blurry. I cut it open and she finished it herself.

And here is mine. I went traditional with it. We love to carve pumpkins. There is nothing better that getting messy gutting them.

I'm going to cut it short, as I'm watching Most Haunted Live for Halloween.

Happy Halloween!


Sourire11 said...

I love carving pumpkins too... but sadly we kindof forgot to do it this year! Yours are adorable, though.

and i saw bits and pieces of most haunted live last night... scotland is so cool.

lexa said...

Most Haunted Live!!! What was that on? Damn, I missed it. Should have realized - it's their yearly tradition...

Love your pumpkins! I kept forgetting to pick one up, so unfortunately I had to just use my ceramic pumpkin. Lets just say the oldest was not impressed!

alejandra said...

Oh Tonia!!! I love the fingerless gloves, they look really nice, the colour is special for a man. Very good job. Happy Halloween!!!

Tiffany said...

I love the socks!! Beautiful.