There is probably nothing quite like a bit of cooler weather and the promise of a change in the seasons to get me creative again. It has been a great summer and I had a wonderful, long summer break.
But I find that things are slowly getting back to normal. For me at least. I am on a creative crafting roll, and have so much that I would like to start on. But I have to keep myself at bay and set limits, to some extent at least. I am slowly working on the blanket, although with my fingers itching for other projects, I have to wonder if it will be ready for winter.
I did finish off my Smocked Lace Scarf in Burgundy Mohair. It is amazingly soft, and I look forward to wearing it in the coming winter.
Since my scarf is off my needles, I am starting a shawl. I don’t have a set pattern for this, as I just have an idea of what I want it to look like in the end. I am keeping my fingers crossed on this one.
And I really think it is time for a bit of needlework and stitching. This cute 30cm bear has been around for a while, and I finally cut the pieces. Now for some sewing! She is pretty easy and straightforward to make.
Two other knitting projects are also lurking in the shadows, and may just find their way onto my needles in no time. The Rowan Summer Tweed is for a Fall top/sweater for when the days turn cooler, and the bulky yarn I have taken out to knit a project bag or carry all, slightly bigger in order to carry the bigger knit or crochet projects. I will be on the lookout for a pretty piece of interesting fabric to use as a lining.