All last week, without actually looking at the calendar, I kept thinking I had another week of September - a few more days before we got serious about fall. Then late last night (or maybe it was early this morning), I realized September had come and gone. Time to turn the page on another month.
I was fine with saying goodbye to September until it dawned on me I hadn't run the September giveaway yet. So that's what I'm doing these first days of October. I'll do my best to get back on track with the October giveaway later in the month. In fact, I'm putting it on my calendar with a message alert.
To enter, leave a comment. Please include your Ravelry name so I can contact you. What are you working on right now? Do you have any fall rituals? Are you contemplating or in the midst of a Rhinebeck sweater?
As a helpful tip, if you're in the planning stage for that sweater, it's probably time to get started. Even if you're not going to Rhinebeck, it's a lovely excuse for a new sweater. The winner, chosen at random, will receive a skein of yarn from Dirty Water DyeWorks - winner's choice. The contest closes October 7, 2014.
One of the perks of attending fiber festivals is I get to see a lot of knitting either in progress or finished. The downside is I come home and want to start half a dozen new projects. This past weekend one project in particular caught my eye . . . just a little project.
I have no business starting something new, and so far I've resisted. Well, I printed the pattern and picked the yarn, but you'll notice I didn't wind the yarn. Yet. It's a gray, rainy day here . . . perfect for starting a new project. Or spending time with one already in progress. Maybe I'll even do both.