Saturday, December 01, 2012

autumn in nature and knitting

This fall moved so fast that I've hardly had a chance to catch my breath.  I still don't have time for the full catch-up, but here's a whirlwind tour of colors and textures ...

Late September.  Damp chill. Raindrops on juniper.  Wet ivy leaves around a weathered wooden fence.  Cabled baby vest in blue-green wool.




October.  Crisp air. Fall colors. Maple leaves. Baby sweater being worked in bright red wool.





November.  Bleak sky. Bare branches.  Lace shawl in heathered gray alpaca.





5 comments:

FoFo said...

Lovely photos and beautiful colors!

Acorn to Oak said...

Fall has blown by super fast for us too. I can hardly believe it's December! Beautiful photos and great projects!

KiniaCat Crafts said...

I agree - lovely photos and colors. Thus far, Arizona isn't feeling much like autumn/nearly-winter.
I am particularly smitten with the shawl pattern.
Enjoy the season-change for us!

Rachel said...

Lovely images...and very cool that you seem to be knitting along with the seasons (that is, the colors of the seasons!).

Anonymous said...

Love the picture of the Blue Vest. And I'm no even a blue girl.