Wednesday, October 31, 2012

KUAS' Fall through the years

Happy Halloween! I'm a little bummed that I am literally rows away from finishing the Halloween BSJ (before adding buttons and extending the sleeves afterwards), but I'm hoping that because I only made one, it will still be large enough for next year, when I'll make another toddler BSJ for Halloween. I used larger needles and worsted weight yarn, and it seems to be in the 2T size. I've been soo busy cleaning for 5 days straight for the boys' 2nd birthday party last Sunday, that I didn't really have time to touch the darn thing. I've been knitting here and there still, but haven't really gotten my hands
deep into it to finish it, considering that they probably won't end up wearing it at all this season. We'll just pretend that this little unfortunate circumstance never happened...

To celebrate Halloween, let's have a look at all  of the Fall/Halloween themed photos from this blog throughout the years!

Coiled Cables & Ribs Socks, Fall 2007
"Hawkeye" Socks, 2008

Pumpkin Colorway, 2008

A Grey Tunic (never finished)-bathing in the Fall golden sunset, 2008
Harvest Bowls, 2008

Harvest Bowls, 2008
Autumn Rush Hat & Gloves, 2008

Doubled Looped Scarves, 2009

Creature from the Black Lagoon Socks, 2009

Current- The BSJ that I will unfortunately will not finish in time before the end of today. I am at the very end, the button holes...but I still have to extend the sleeves.

Smoky Mountains this Fall.

Smoky Mountains, 2012
Krolls' Farm, 2012

Krolls' Farm, 2012

Have fun and stay safe, to those of you who are trick-or-treating today!


Megan said...

I was looking through some of your old patterns this week trying to decide what I would knit if the power went out during the storm. That Autumn Rush hat is still one of my favorites!

Knitting Up A Storm said...

Thank you! :)

Ellen Duran said...

Love the pumpkin colorway!

and your boys are absolutely adorable :)

Grace said...

Beautiful pictures! I especially like your harvest bowls and the blue lagoon socks!

Knitting Up A Storm said...

Thank you, ladies!! :)