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Monday, September 17, 2007

Weather assisted knitting


When we woke up Saturday morning, I stumbled out of bed, threw on some sweats (yes, we are glamorous here in the mornings), and took Finn outside. Sometime during the night between Friday and Saturday the weather changed because while Finn enjoyed the brisk temperatures, I stood there shivering waiting for him. As you can see, being cold has had a direct effect on my knitting on the Solace Stole. I've got inspiration to get it finished quickly now! I've started my third repeat of the pattern and I really like the way it's looking. I think it will be a nice, cuddly wrap once it's done. I've got yarn and patterns picked out for several sweaters too so I should be able to knit my way all the way through the Fall!



Blogger Steph said...

That's so beautiful. Fall always has an inspiring affect on knitting, I think. Maybe it's something in the air.

8:52 AM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

Very very pretty! It looks warm already!

9:56 AM  
Blogger Marlyn said...

That looks really cuddly. Probably a stupid question, but where did you find the pattern?

10:51 AM  
Blogger Sue J. said...

That is such a beautiful pattern. If I like knitting cables, will I enjoy knitting Solace? Seriously thinking of purchasing.

12:15 PM  
Blogger Cynthia said...

Yep, it looks really cuddley.

Also, you have georgeous beautiful carpet to have a puppy around - I am envious! :)

1:35 PM  
Blogger Turtle said...

Lol, i thought the same thing...fall officially arrived sometime saturday! Hubby picked up a beautiful handspun fiber afghan kit at the fair this weekend for me.....soon!

Love your cables!

11:29 PM  
Blogger clarabelle said...

Yes, we've just got our first hints of autumnal weather here in the UK (though, to be honest, most of our summer has been pretty autumnal!).

Thanks for the clarification re: the Mystery Stoles, btw. And Solace looks a fantastic pattern - ell done to your mum!

1:36 AM  

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