Fall is my favorite season, it is crispy blue skies, winds rustling leaves, dry leaves crunching under foot and cool mornings with mild afternoons. You pretend that you don't know what is soon coming (sshhh snow I'm talking about you). Instead you marvel that leaves morph from varying shades of green to reds, oranges, yellows and browns. That grass starts to feel crunchy under your feet in the morning. Playing and laughing as you can see your breath in the morning waiting for the bus. Fall is the best.
Knitting has come to a screeching halt as the preparations for the first craft fair is totally consuming me. I did finish the very last item to go into the fair basket last night. This scarf was what I worked on at the bus stop for several months. While it took a looooong time to finish, when you think that all the time would have been lost time, it is a nice thing. I used 4 different sock yarns, all but one are left overs from other projects. I made up a very simple pattern and I'm ultimately very happy with it. I made some fingerless mitts out of one of the yarns, so it can either become a set or be sold separately. I introduce you to my fall scarf. (not a very unique name)
Tomorrow is the big day, I will be at the Maple Grove Community Center from 9-4 selling my hand spun and knitted items. At this point, I just want to get there, get everything set up and see what happens. I'm bringing my wheel, if it is slow, I can happily spin away. I also think it will get people to stop and look at things to. Kinda like a living historical exhibit? Anyway, it will be a potentially very fun day. I'll keep you posted on what the end results are. If you are in the area, please come and see me, I'd love to meet you.