Finished two-ply handspun. I don’t remember what this is, but it is wonderfully squishy, and will make a lovely winter hat, or maybe a pair of mitts.
The blob of this pinwheel continues to grow. I only have a few more rows until I’m at 450 stitches, but as you can imagine, these are LONG rows. Hoping to get this to the baby I began it for before said baby is a toddler…
I pickled some radishes.
And some beets.
And then I drove to New Mexico to see dear friends and pick up a favorite houseguest to bring home with me.
While in Albuquerque, we enjoyed tasty Mexican desserts.
And I brought back a lot because Chefboyfriend couldn’t make the trip with me.
Once home, I graded in a coffee shop.
I drank beer that “tastes like wizards.”
And captured this stunning sunset.
Went for a hike. (That’s favorite houseguest on the left, and Chefboyfriend on the right.)
Admired fall yellows.
And appreciated the beauty of a bright, crisp, October afternoon.
I have to grade at a coffee shop too or else I procrastinate/don’t get it done!
Gorgeous photos! I need to get back to working at the coffeeshop. My study is lovely but I need to get out of the house more!
What fun! Beautiful photos! Lovely skein! I think that color way is actually Sour Fig seeing the pink/ wine colors in there.