Monday, October 18, 2010


Or shall we say Autumn! There is a difference you know. One word we throw around flipantly as we discuss the weather. The other has meaning. When we talk about autumn, we really mean the feeling we get when the wind brings a crispy chill and you can hear the leaves on the ground. For knitters everywhere Autumn means planning out all the projects that need to be completed before December 25.

Of course, having spent time in South Africa, I know that October means something else entirely for the seasons. For those of you who live in the southern hemisphere, we wish you a warm and balmy summer!
And don't forget that December 25th is not a northern hemisphere exclusive date--the deadline approaches. Another reminder--have fun while you knit, and if you are in a place where the leaves are turning colors, enjoy them, they will soon be covered in snow.


  1. Yepp days are getting shorter and cooler and again I have way too many things on the needles. I guess I better get to clicking those needles.

    Happy Autumn!

  2. Whatever, you burn through stuff. I know it seems slow, but you can do it!