Spooky Sock Update or Spooky Sock's Fall Photo Shoot
The second Halloween sock, currently named Spooky, had the opportunity to pose for photos during his recent trip to my folks place. The fall leaves were swirling around and certainly a lovely golden color, providing a wonderful backdrop.
This sock pattern has been a very fun knit. I like the way that the hourglass rib and the modified eye of partridge all went together. The yarn pooled in interesting ways that made the choice even more interesting. I am planning to wear them the first weekend of October, guess I better get knitting. Happy Day~!
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