Oct 2017

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Je weniger über den Oktober gesagt wird, desto besser.

Auch diesen Monat habe ich mir zwei kleine Tücher gestrickt – wieder ausreichend, um sie einmal um den Hals zu wickeln, und wieder genau richtig für diese Jahreszeit – heute fühlt sich die Luft richtig nach Winter an, und man braucht warmes und wolliges. Verbraucht habe ich dafür 215 g/ 802 m, 2 Knäuel gingen raus. Der nächste kleine Schal ist schon wieder auf den Nadeln – aber dann reicht es erstmal.

Im Garten herrscht so langsam Winterruhe, die Chilis sind gestern ins Haus gezogen, die Erdbeeren werden wohl nicht mehr lange der Witterung trotzen können.

brightening grey winter days

The less said about October, the better.

This month, I again knit two small scarves, again just big enough to wrap them around the neck once, and perfect for this season. Today, the air felt like winter, and warm woollies were certainly needed. I used up 215 g / 802 m of yarn, 2 skeins left the stash. The next shawlette is already on the needles, but after that it should be enough for now.

The garden is moving towards the winter rest, the chilis moved indoors yesterday and the strawberries might not live for much longer.

matching fall colours


And more autumn and a bit of winter 😉


  1. Multnomah by Kate Ray
  2. Siar-Westward by MonaLykaina
  3. Blaufuchs by MonaLykaina
  4. Campanula by Nicola Susen
  5. Comodo by Nicola Susen
  6. Catty Corner by Nicola Susen
  7. Fantomas (I finally settled on a pullover for my husband! Knit from Coast and Supersoft, held double)
  8. Stripey blanket, using up some rather old yarn that I inherited

NAPs (needle adjacent projects, ready to be cast on as soon as something else is cast off – thanks to the Stockinette Zombies for this definition

Socks and fingerless gloves for the winter. Decisions to be taken soon.

  1. Hexagon by Nicola Susen
  2. Hanne by Nicola Susen
  3. Wee bluebells by Kate Davies

On the radar (high up in my queue)

Oh well, there is enough on the needles.

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