Thursday, September 28, 2017

Fall Sock Scenery


 I was working along on the newest sock for the I 💗 FALL KAL 
when I realized, I wasn't enjoying it. 
 I wanted to whiz around and around with stockinette stitch 
and just watch the autumnal colors grow under my needles!
 I ripped back the lace and took the sock with me back to the doctor's (again) and managed to knit quite a few inches!
 "Oh, my!  How do you manage to keep your bp so low?" 
 Knit, darling, knit!
I might be knitting some beautiful *Fall socks but it still looks like summer outside;  this field on the way home was all cut for hay-they will still get one more cutting if the weather stays cooperative!

*The sock yarn will look familiar to Nancy of Wyoming Breezes because
I ordered some after seeing the yarn on her blog.
It is Berrocco Sock yarn;  
since I liked their DK, I wanted to give the sock weight yarn a try, too!

7 comments:

  1. Still summer here too. It's been too hot for too long. I can't wait to see the electric bill for Sept. It's been ages since the windows have been open and the dehumidifiers off. Pretty sock yarn. It looks a lot like the Felici I am using.

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  2. You know, if you're not LOVING the pattern............. LOL

    I've ripped back more than my fair share when they just weren't fun.

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  3. It's hard to beat plain stockinette and self-striping yarn for creating a fun and interesting pair of socks.

    After four days of damp weather, the skies have cleared. I hope Fall is going to settle in now for a looong time.

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  4. Sometimes you just need a little vanilla!

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  5. Pretty socks. Sometimes the plain old plain old is the best. We are finally back to fall temps here! And should be all weekend. YAY!!

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  6. Sometimes simple is best and this shows off the warm autumn colours beautifully,
    Jillxo

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  7. Hooray for happy knitting! (This summer sure doesn't want to end!)

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