Fallen leaves, brilliant golds and reds against the sky, handknit sweaters, hearty soups? Definitely fall.
We’re staying home this weekend for a change. Maybe I’ll get to finish knitting Neil’s sweater once and for all 🙂
So, what is This Week in Pictures?
Ready? Cast your mind back to this time last week…
365: 2015 290/365 – On the periphery of the Ravelry get-together at the NYS Sheep and Wool Festival (aka Rhinebeck) this afternoon. This year I did not remain on the periphery, but wandered into the crowd and even mingled a bit. Thank you, everyone who stopped and said hello! It was nice to have some conversations this time around 🙂 [in Rhinebeck, NY]
365: 2015 293/365 – I’ve been working on some improvements to the download shop. I spent all day in this chair, nerding out over it. I’m not done yet, but it’s close. I’m really happy with the way it’s going!
365: 2015 294/365 – Earlier in the week it was really chilly and I bought soup ingredients. Then I got busy with other stuff and didn’t make the soup. Today, when it was 75 degrees, I made it. It wasn’t bad, but it would have been better if it were a cold day 🙂
365: 2015 295/365 – Vintage 1960’s stuff in my living room: Neil’s parents bought the table brand new, and we’ve had for the last 20+ years. (it’s been replaced this month [which is why it’s no longer in the dining room], but still hasn’t gone out the door…) The pile of granny squares is from a sweater that my great-grandmother crocheted for my mother. I’m going to be re-assembling it into some kind of small throw.
I may already have plans to blog about some of these things in greater detail over the coming week, but be sure to leave a comment if there’s something in particular you want to know about!