Steamy … in the extreme here! Temperatures in the upper 90′s sure make staying inside to knit all the more appealing.
Catching up … or at least trying to! It was great to see everyone, and lots of great ideas were flying around at Knitting Camp.
I couldn’t pick just 1 photo this month
One of my travel souvenirs this summer was a Crazy Zauberball (Schoppel Woole; 75% wool/25% nylon in sock weight – German color name is Indisch Rosa, which I think is Indian pink) and it eventually suggested that it wanted to be a scarf/shawl.
There was some frost in the area over the weekend. Since our tomatoes got a late start, and currently have quite a few nice green ones, I wanted to try to save them.
I’ve been working on patterns, and finally got this beaded bag ready to put up at Patternfish.
The day after Thanksgiving … … and we were still eating, so after doing a little bit of decorating, we took off for the Park and some fresh air.
This says it pretty well—overall a good year, even though there have been some bumps along the way.