Great Scott! It’s a Sock!

Keep calm and wear odd socks.

You’ve probably already figured out October is Halloween Horror Movie Month! Last week, I shared with you my new Halloween themed project bag. Oddly enough, I’ve been using it for Godzilla movie night. (Twisted ribbing is easy to knit and read subtitles.) 003While watching Halloween movies, I’ve been knitting my Great Scott socks. This was an impulse stress relief – retail therapy purchase in September when the day job was really overwhelming. Wow, this yarn is bright. It does remind me of the 80’s. I’m on the third pattern repeat for the leg. Maybe by the weekend, I’ll be on the heel flap.

Our movie list is growing:

I’ve added in some suggestions from a follower to our movie watching list! I’ld love to have more suggestions. I’ve also started watching a couple of sort of creepy TV shows that could be classified as Halloween. The first season of Supernatural was very scary! I’ve added those to the bottom of my list.


The Big Cheese demands all your tuna!

If you have a favorite Halloween movie, comment below. I’ld love to add it to my viewing list. I think Burt is ready for Tricks or Treats.

6 thoughts on “Great Scott! It’s a Sock!

  1. Rosemary’s Baby is kinda freaky but the one that has given me nightmares since the 60s is Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. More than ten birds at my bird feeder and I totally lose it. lol

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