Happy Halloween Eve!
Seriously, can any of you beautiful people tell me where the month went? Weren't we just chatting up the beginning of Fall?
There is some evidence that the last 4 weeks happened as I don't think I could have cast on all these projects during a shorter time frame. Well maybe I could but I can't even imagine that. Oh and it must be mentioned how lovely it has been to hear in the comments that I am not alone in the cast on mania that has been fueled by Autumn.
Due to temporary (we hit 101 midweek) cooler temps the Sunday blanket knitting has come back in full force. Maybe this year this love will be finished and yes, I am already thinking about the next one I want to cast on.
Before getting to the loves around blogland, I will give you a little glimpse into one of my loves this week-my tea shelf. These are just some of the teas I have and to come home from work or kick off a weekend by delving into these loves makes my happy times ten.
Alright let's go visiting!
- Lovely Diane shared six things she noticed a day and it is wonderful. What a great idea.
- While I didn't get to go to Rhinebeck this year, part of the fun is seeing all the brilliant Rhinebeck sweaters created. Leanne's is perfection.
- I love the thought of traveling despite the fact that I don't get to do it often. Julie took us on the most magical history tour with her beautiful photos.
- Sam's Wellington Worksock Shawl has me craving chilling mornings on the porch with a cup of coffee.
- Great tutorials are always useful and referred to often in my knitting life. Knotions has an excellent tutorial on how to read a knitting chart.
- There are quite a few of us that love October for a number of reasons. I adore Tien's 5 things on Friday list.
- I can go on and on about why I love this community we create and share in and one of the most popular words that comes to mind when describing the why is connection. Felicia's post hit the spot for me.
- Fall and colorwork seem to go hand in hand. Techknitter has some great ideas for how to manage your yarn when knitting color knitting.
- Gorgeous Autumn leaves are rare where I live, so creating them with bits of pretty yarn is tempting. Ginny has created some of the loveliest.
- I am all about soups and casserole during the month of October. Alicia shares her wonder Fall activities along with another one of her wonderful soup recipes.
- There are many places that I dream of visiting and one of them is Maine. Kay shares a knitter's weekend in Maine with us in this post and now I really want to go.
I will leave you with a lovely compilation of Indie Folks songs that fit our beautiful Fall. Enjoy and have the best day today!