Friday, September 26, 2008

morning harvest

This morning was clear and star-filled, then the mist moved in. It's autumn, and you're hearing no complaints from Chez NK!

I've turned the heel on my Autumn sock...perhaps I should dub it the tomatoe sock! I absolutely love this yarn!!

My friend Linda is in town for OFFF. She is still blogless, but I'm trying my darndest to rectify that!! We are warming up our credit cards with some knitting and pre-event fiber hunting...we of course don't need to go too far with Twisted and Woolgirl in our neighborhood!

Happy Friday! And we'll be looking for you at OFFF!!!


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IrishGirlieKnits said...

See you today!!

Anya said...

Yours is the second tomato post I see today. Make me wish for a little garden - I LOVE homegrown tomatoes.
And you are so right about the Fall. Even if it is still warm, the grey sky and yellow leafs leave no doubt about the season change.

She Knits Socks said...

Your "tomato" sock is nice and those homegrown tomatoes look delish!

Jean said...

I've just discovered your blog and I am really looking forward to reading it. Socks have been a fairly recent dicovery for me (its been just a few months now) so this blog will really be so much fun for me.

Rani said...

What beautiful tomato pictures. The dark side of having Autumn earlier here in MN is that I've started pulling out the tomatoes. I'm saving the biggies for fried green tomatoes.

I'm jealous of the OFFF event. Can't WAIT to see what you get!