This is the season for yarnies everwhere!
Socks~ pattern: Woodpile socks by Bethany Hill yarn: Hazel Knits Artisan Sock in the color Tulip
Nothing like cooler temps and the changing of colors in our landscape, to bring out the needles.
Do you find your knitting mojo increasing with Fall's arrival? Helping get me into the "mood", are these lovely treats made for me by my sweet friend Katie.
The perfect fall knitting project bag, handmade stitchmarkers with autumn leaves and yarn ball stitchmakers she picked up for me at a festival. Makes you want to cast on, right?
Image from the LA Times
Five hours of spinning and knitting bliss. Okay, maybe not bliss to all, but for me it was. I have seen it compared to watching paint dry. I guess, but I tend to feel the same way when watching fishing or golf on t.v. :)
Met up with a new knitting friend for dinner at one of my favorite local restaurants. Can you believe I didn't bring my knitting? Mary did, and here is the progress of her Featherweight cardigan knit up in Malabrigo laceweight.
In one of my previous posts I mentioned my love affair with the book, The Little Prince. A lovely reader of the blog surprised me with the most wonderful gift.
I feel it was destiny that I would someday own this yarn. Now if only I could bring myself to knit with it.
Thankfully it is early Sunday, which means there are many more hours to my weekend. I am sure more knitting will happen, possible cleaning, and maybe some cooking.
Recipes I have been thinking about:
Off to enjoy the remainder of my Sunday. Hope your Sunday is filled with all the things you love. I will leave a sweet tune form Damien Rice. I could listen to him sing for hours.