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I seem to have an unintentional yearly knitting tradition. This is now the third year in a row that I am knitting pumpkin hats. The first year I knit one for each of my three children, last year I needed to knit a bigger size for Little L and now this year we realized we lost one and need to replace it. Phew!There are two pumpkin hats in progress in the photographs above, but I can't go into details on the other one until next week.
I guess this knitting goes along with Little L's latest obsession. He has truly been enjoying pumpkin season (a boy after my own heart). He just can't seem to get enough pumpkin in his life. His current most requested books reflect that: Five Little Pumpkins and Pumpkin Moonshine. I have some pumpkin crafts in the works for this week. I hope he enjoys them!
I am a little more than halfway done with the Martinmas sweater. It's coming along beautifully. I wish the picture could reflect that. Such a pleasure to knit.
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