Finished this pair of socks (finally!!)
Started a new project. Another dragon hat in a different color way. I really wanted to do a grey, black and orange one, but I am sticking to my resolve to use up what I have. I like this color way though (whatever it is). It has a very fall feel to it.
I went to take a picture of the first dragon hat I made and I couldn't find it anywhere! My son wore it two weeks ago, and he is not the type of kid that loses things so I will have to go through the cars and see if I can find it. Stay tuned?
I am certain there is a little goblin in my knitting bag because every single time I pick this up to work on it, it looks fine but then the stitches are off, or there are more stitches in one place than there should be. Very tricky!!
I like to read spooky books in October. I realized that I was successful with my spooky collection when I found myself looking behind doors as I entered a room! Not sure what my November theme of books will be but I've been enjoying the following suspenseful, creepy, scary, books this month.
The Leopard by Jo Nesbo-- Suspenseful, and as with all of Nesbo's books a few parts where I was reading with one eye closed, cringing! Bravo!
Gingerbread Man by Maggie Shayne-- This was a kindle deal one day. I admit I love a mystery and although I thought this one was fairly easy to figure out, I didn't mind reading to the end to make sure I was right!
Harrowgate by Kate Maruyama--This book was good spooky story. It was different and I couldn't put it down. I just had to see how the book turned out!
Her Dear and Loving Husband by Meredith Allard--I am currently reading this and I am not sure if I will continue. I'll give it a little more time. Usually, if I can put a book down and not pick it up for a few days, I'm not that interested. I like books that make me throw crackers at hungry kids like they are in a petting zoo because I can't stop reading to slice an apple!
Joining Ginny today.