I don't have a lot of time to type up a proper post but a picture is worth a thousand words, right?
I finished sewing up the reusable fabric shopping bags.
The fireworks really spooked Ricky. The lump under the quilt, just to the right of Phoebe is Ricky.
BTW, Phoebe is keeping my Monkey pattern warm by sleeping on it. I tried to pull it out but she slapped me.
Confession - the pumpkin pictures I posted yesterday were from last year. This is what our pumpkins looked like this year:
Mine is on the right and hubby carved the one on the left.
And what do you do with your pumpkin innards? I roasted the seeds in my skillet. Yum!!!
We didn't get many kids at our door - maybe 14 or 15 in total and I only opened the door 4 times. That leaves a lot of time for knitting. I finished a pair of Monkey socks that have been languishing in the wip pile since June.
Yarn: Sweet Georgia handpainted sock yarn in Blue Steel; last year's Christmas gift (one of many yarns) from my bf
Needles: 2.5mm dpns
Pattern: Monkey by Cookie A.
Notes: These are my 25th pair of completed sox. I have knit Monkey 3 times now. I have 2 different lace socks that are suffering from SSS. I don't know why I can knit Monkey multiple times but I'm incapable of finishing off Canal du Midi or Wyvern.