Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Knitted Pumpkin for Halloween

 Hello Friends,


I hope you are doing well. I am so excited to share with you my knitted pink pumpkin for Halloween this year. I decided to change it up this year and I love this color. I realize it is more close to a beige color or a dusty rose color. I used the Knitted Halloween Pumpkin pattern by Vicki Coombe on her blog Tippy Tupps. I originally found the pattern on Ravelry. It was worked on straight needles size US 9 5.5 mm. The yarn I used was "Canyon Sunset" and the yarn is Lion Brand Wool Ease. The pattern is quick and easy and great for beginner knitters and good if you want to knit up a bunch of pumpkins or a pumpkin just in time for Halloween.



I have made some progress on the Amelia Slouch Beanie by Elisa McLaughlin. I found the pattern on Ravelry. I love the colors for Fall and hope to wear it soon and into the Winter. It feels like it will be so warm and comfy to wear in the cold months approaching.

 



I am also continuing to work on knitting the Men's Rib Ridge scarf pattern by Purl Avenue. It will be a Christmas gift for Liam. It is a great knit and I am enjoying knitting it for him. 




I am continuing to read In Five Years by Rebecca Serle. It is very good so far and I am enjoying reading more of it. I am also reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. I really would like to read more of this book and will be reading in more in the next week to finish it. 

Joining along with As Kat Knits for Unraveled Wednesday. You can visit her blog to see what others are knitting and reading this week!

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today! This week has been so busy at work and it is always nice to unwind and write these posts mid-week to catch up with you. I will be going to reading what you are up to now on your blogs. 


Have a great day!








6 comments:

  1. that is the cutest pumpkin ever!!

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  2. What a sweet little pumpkin. I also made one this fall - from a variegated orangey rust color. While I don't usually knit toys or stuffies, the pumpkin knit on a whim was fun.

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    1. Thank you Jane! that color sounds great for the pumpkin. I love knitting pumpkins for the Fall too :)

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