Bring on winter! Oh, I'm not talking about being tired of summer. Yet. This weekend feels like it's the first summer weather we've had, complete with wicked storms.
No, I'm not wishing for cool weather. I'm just looking forward to autumn knitting. I can't believe the fall issue of Interweave Knits. Each page is better than the page before, but it's the cover photo that's calling my name. Is that not the most beautiful sweater? I haven't done the math to figure out what this would cost, but my local yarn store does have this yarn. In that color. In stock.
When I left the spinning circle yesterday and sat down to read this issue, I had to force myself to stay home. The urge to cast on for this was mighty strong. I was afraid I was going to run back up there and buy all the Manos del Uruguay. Torrential downpours saved my bank account, but for awhile there, it was touch and go.
If you don't have this issue yet, don't miss out. I don't usually fancy every single pattern in each issue, but I do for this one.