Wednesday, September 3, 2014

A SEPTEMBER YARN ALONG

and
all
at
once,
summer
collapsed
into
fall.

~ Pinterest

 

 
 

 


 



 
are coming right along and
I am almost done with the
leg of the second sock,
then it's on to the heels,
the really fun part of sock
knitting in my opinion.
 
After homeschooling all day I
wanted something light and fun
to read at night so I downloaded
What Alice Forgot, it's exactly
what I wanted.
 
Joining Ginny

30 comments:

  1. I love those socks, so bright and fun. Have a great day Tracey.

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  2. I adore self striping socks in cheery colors! They always put a smile on my face during the cold and dreary month of the year. Have a great day!

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  3. i just unpacked that book at the library yesterday....good, huh???? I'm looking for something and that just might be it. :) (Love that yarn!!!!----do you really (REALLY) think summer is about to collapse? I've got my fingers crossed!!!

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  4. Such bright, cheerful yarn!!! I love it! And I love the way you knit socks....in tandem with each other. I've never caught that you did that. I may try it with the next pair of socks I work on! I think the heel is fun too!! Have a beautiful day :-)

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  5. I think I'd like that book. Might have to get it. :) if only the weather would be a bit fallish then I'd be a tiny bit more comfortable.

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  6. Is that second photo of a black walnut tree? I always know that fall is here when the grocery store parking lot is littered with dropped black walnuts in one corner (there are three trees there). (:

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    1. It's a pecan tree, I have nine on the property. The nuts are almost ready, but it will be a race with the squirrels as to who gets there first ;)

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  7. Beautiful socks! Love the basket too ~ Ive been eyeing them up but can't decide on a size yet. ~ via Ginny : )

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  8. The socks are to dye for- love the color way Tracey. What a beautiful spot you live in- such gorgeous nature ( I would love to visit one day) Awesome big trees.
    Have a most wonderful day.

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  9. Turning the heel of a sock is most definitely the best part!

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  10. You are much faster at socks than I am. I have about another inch before I turn the heels. I love the stripy colors in yours. And that spider would freak me out!!!

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  11. What beautiful images today, Tracey. I can even admire the beauty of that spider - from a distance! The signs of fall are everywhere but the thermometer it seems. Wishing you a wonderful week easing into your homeschooling routine! xo

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  12. I love your pictures! Your socks have beautiful colors! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Your photographs are stunning, as are your socks- I love the yarn you're using x

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  14. What wonderful yarn! Just when I think I am getting brighter with my own yarn, someone shows me up! I wish I could take the plunge with truly bold yarn.

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  15. Your socks are pretty. I love the yarn. That book sounds great. I need to look for it.

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  16. I love the colors of those socks!

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  17. Thank you for these beautiful pictures!
    The socks are delightful!

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  18. I love the color of the scarfs! Your such a great photographer, what camera do you use? :)

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  19. I love your sock colors, as always, Tracey. I've seen that book on the library shelf... may have to check it out now that you are recommending it!

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  20. beautiful photos! And those socks shall certainly keep you cosy come winter - their colours are so pretty and warm :-)

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  21. Those are fantastic socks! I love the pattern and colors. They will definitely make you smile and give you happy feet this winter!

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  22. Hi, I love your craft, is beauty, I love a colors, I follow your blog, hugs from Brazil.
    Visit my blog - Tita Carré - free patterns crochet

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  23. the colours of the spider are so amazing and that seed - perfect symmetry with the photo. nice!

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  24. I love the colors in the yarn you're using--so bright and cheerful! I still haven't tried knitting socks yet, but I just love sock yarn!

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  25. Indian Summer socks!! Oh what fun! Loving those bright colors!

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