This year we participated in our church's Trunk or Treat festival. It was the first time church did anything like this and I must admit, it was more fun than I anticipated. While it was chilly it wasn't as bad as it could have been, no snow! smile...In Minnesota one has to think about if you can get warm clothes under a costume in order to trick or treat. Or you suffer for the sake of costume beauty and are cold. This year Anna was an 80's girl....in all her crazy glory...and Emily invited a friend along for the fun. Emily was a 60's girl ready to step out onto a dance floor while her friend Joelle was a princess, sweet and regal.
I'm working on 2 pairs of commissioned fingerless mitts, one will be finished in the next couple of days and hopefully the second pair will fly off my needles as my friend has also commissioned a pair of mittens and glittens for members of her family. My Yggdrasil afghan still sits in the corner, waiting for me to tackle the final 2 1/2 sides of the final border. Soon. Once I get these fun projects complete I will focus on my own holiday knitting. Do you realize there are 52 days until Christmas? Yup...let the countdown begin. I'm only planning on 2 knitted gifts this year, my mom loves knit socks, so I'll make her a pair to add to her collection. And then just because? I ordered a kit to knit a pug. Yup, I've officially gone around the bend, because while I swore I would not knit a sweater for Gadget, apparently I don't think it odd to actually knit HIM. Lord help me....I'm sure pictures will follow.