Posted on August 21, 2016 by Catherine Eason
I’m being teased with the cool weather today. I yearn for crisp Autumn days turning into dark, snowy Winter nights. I detest Summer, I really do, which is why I’m trying to get as much of a head start on Fall as I can by knitting themed garments.
Right now I am currently working on a free pattern for a scarf called October is for Spinners, and I am beyond excited to wear the end product. Rather than using 4 strands of lace weight together, however, I’ve decided to go with 4 strands of fingering weight to make it a little larger– Ultra Alpaca Fine, to be specific.
I’m so excited. Maybe I’ll actually have it done by Halloween if I’m diligent.
© Sharon Emery
Category: Catherine's Blog Tags: fall, knitting, october, pattern, winter, yarn
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