Friday, May 18, 2007

Ta Da

Finished.... a small feet for most of you but it was a never ending project. First of all, we had the SSS thing. Then we had the fact that they were KNEE socks, so they went on and on. I finished them though and didn't know if I would ever go down the sock road again, until ...I saw these..... Are they too cute or what???? They are Sox Stix by Lantern Moon.They come in different types of wood (Rosewood, Ebony, Blondewood) and sizes. I had to choose the ones with the cutest bags.....not really.
It is a chilly damp night here in the Northeast. I made a pot of Chili and we are in for a big Friday night....
I'll find something to work on that will require US 3 Ebony needles....
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Chili
1lb ground meat
1 green pepper, chopped
1 med onion, chopped
3 stalks celery, chopped
2-4 t chili powder
2 lg cans,28oz, crushed tomatoes
1 can chili beans(not drained)
Saute first 4 ingredients until done. Add chili powder. Add crushed tomatoes and chili beans.
Cook for 1-2 hours on low heat.
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Top Chili with~
Cheddar Cheese
red onion
sour cream
Serve with~
No Spoon Required

Have a great weekend~

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh I love your chili.I'll be over for dinner. your socks are adorable and I have two different ones to finish and can"t seem to get there.Me

kim said...

Oh, that chili sounds fabulous! They turned the heat off here at work, and I have been FREEZING all day (also in the Northeast).

Your socks are so pretty - they also making me think of warmth. Love the little sock needles. Have a great weekend!

tiennie said...

I thought those lantern moons were so cute too and I love lantern moon needles but now I'm a magic loop convert. Beautiful job on the socks! Knee highs? That would send me over the edge.

Love chili - thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

I promise you will make socks again - I'll find something you like.

Chili sounds great!

So Much Fun said...

Shelly!! Those socks are awsome, can you remind me what yarn that is. I am not a sock person, but those are too cute! Nice work and have a great weekend!

Kristin said...

Great socks!! I really love that yarn.

a friend to knit with said...

Did I tell you how much I love those socks?
Great job!! :)

Kaet said...

the chili sounds like great rainy night food! thanks for sharing! the socks are terrific!

Sarah said...

So are those socks from the neapolitan yarn that I just saw on knot another hat? They are brilliant. Great job.

Knot Another Hat said...

Love the socks! Your sis got me wanting to do those, so I'm just part-way up the foot (doing toe-up for maximum height). Way to go!

TJ said...

Those are great socks! The chili recipe sounds yummy. Chili is on my list of favourite winter meals I'll have to give it a try.