The last vestiges of fall before we head into winter. Pennies, sweaters, and mums, naturally.
Originally, I started this hat with the intention of gifting it to my sister in law for Christmas. However, once it was done, its slouchier style felt a little too funky for her more conservative taste. Alas, new hat for myself, which fits like a glove and has just enough hip to it. Varia’s ombreContinue reading “ombre.”
I knit the Navona cardigan this summer; I’ve only worn it once or twice this fall but received lots of compliments and definitely need to take proper snaps of the sweater. Knit up using Madelinetosh Merino Lite in the betine and antique lace colorways and my only modification was no buttons. Gorgeous. It’s a simple pattern thatContinue reading “navona.”
I always saute my veggies a bit before adding them to homemade pie dough. They taste better that way. This one is just onion, garlic, baby spinach and grape tomatoes. Delicious.
Some Brooklyn Tweed Shelter in the “Woodsmoke” and “Fossil” colorways for the Shipyard Mittens. The pattern is in the first volume of the Wool People installments by Brooklyn Tweed. I will make these for myself once the last of my holiday knitting is complete. So close.