I'm working on these socks I started at the end of August. The pattern is Pomatomus, modified to be 10 stitch instead of 12 stitch repeat and worked toe-up using the Riverbed architecture from "New Pathways for Sock Knitters". The yarn is Interlacements Tiny Toes that I bought last year while visiting my family in Ohio. This is a good color for fall. I hope to finish in the next few days so I can start on my newest sock yarn purchase, Claudia Handpaints. The color is called Taupe, but I think it looks a little more like Cedar. I usually buy much more colorful yarn, but this looked like a good color for fall. Now I just have to pick a pattern. I think I'll pick something a little easier so I can finish them by the end of October.