Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Harvest sock progress

This is my Harvest Sock swap sock waiting to be blocked. Now I must find some interesting goodies to post off with it.



On Sunday J and I had a drive down to Whitby. We didn't time it right as there were still too many people there for our liking. We'll go again in about 4 weeks and have it nearly all to ourselves when the colder weather descends for real.



5 comments:

Laurie said...

The weather in the photos looks cool and typical of England. Love that weather.
Welcome to Knitter's Coffee Swap! What a great combination: hot coffee and a good knitting project in hand. Oh, and I see...welcome to Ravelry! Warning: one can be looking around this site for hours and add many new items to the "I need to knit/I need to have" list! *giggle*

rho said...

whale ribs or jaw??? Cool picture either way...

Janet MF said...

Ah, Whitby! Take me home. I grew up in Marske, Redcar and Goathland. Whitby was my playground. How I used to enjoy hostelling down the coast. Could live in Whitby anyday. When we lived in Goathland we used to drive down to Whitby on really stormy days to watch the waves breaking over the piers. Love the Abbey, the history, the ghosts, Dracula, the smuggling, the "kiss me quick" hats, the winkles, the houses - well everything about this little gem of a town. Am I homesick or what - maybe just the snow affecting me.

Janet MF up in Yellowknife

Grace Yaskovic said...

Hope J is feeling well and up to par, Tom and I plan a leaf peeping trip to a winery soon, but like you waiting for the crowds to die down abit!!!

Rubys & Purls said...

Hi Gill, I found your blog through the Knitter's Coffee Swap 3!

Today I received a Halloween Treat and I thought I would pass one along to you. Come on over to my blog and look for the Trick-or-Treat post... should be near the top!

I lived in England about 10 years ago for just over a year and I miss it so much every day! I'm very pleased to meet you!