I must have been busy the past week or so. Where has the time gone? Rain & snow are on the way and soon the Splendor described in the last post will be gone. We took a quick weekend getaway trip to the mountains for some late-fall photo opps before all is covered in the white stuff:
My car-travel project this time around was another pair of C.O.O.S. For some reason, socks are my fave travel project. It’s easy to pack a set of dpns and a ball of lively colored sock yarn (in this case a ball of Wisdom Yarns Marathon Socks-Twin Cities discovered all by its lonesome at a local Tuesday Morning store) before hitting the road.
On the Designs by KN Facebook page this week I’m featuring some other car-travel projects from the past (by the way, thanks everyone for those “likes” — 876 at the moment, can’t believe it!) So far the car-travel projects shared are:
Ballet-style Slippers, knit in the car on a winter trip to Steamboat Springs:
A carload of My Fave Dishcloths, on a long road trip to California for a family wedding:
C.O.O.S. on a vacation trip that took us through Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and back home to Colorado:
Whenever I know I’ll be a passenger in a car, it’s generally true: “Have Knitting Bag, Will Travel!”
It may be a little while before the next post, as I have been in idea mode lately and consequently cranking out design submissions in quantity, while waiting for the public release of some projects already completed. Tomorrow will see the arrival of supplies for another one, so will be concentrating on that and probably exclaiming again: “Where does the time go?”
The World Series starts tonight but hopefully they will avoid getting rained or snowed on. If your weather forecast calls for snow or rain, put on some warm hand-knit socks, cuddle up under a hand-crocheted afghan and start a new project to ease the transition from fall to winter.
Until later — stitch on.