Nutkin Progress

So I love knitting Nutkin, and I'm totally OK with the fact that the pattern is completely obscured.

Maybe not totally OK but I'm sort of OK.

We are a few days away from the autumnal equinox and it is really starting to feel like fall here. I turned the gas fireplace on the other day (although technically we didn't really need to). This is "0 Week" which is the week that faculty have to attend endless meetings to talk about things we'll never talk about for the rest of the year. Good times.

I have two book recommendations--I really liked "The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O" by Neal Stephenson and "Sourdough" by Robin Sloan. I'm excited to read Philip Pullman's new trilogy (the first book comes out in October).

I hope it is getting nice and fall-y where you are!







Comments

kathy b said…
It is warm and humid. Im rejoicing in the warm summery fall temps here in Wisconsin. We are starting to see leaves change. :) I saw some warblers migrating today.
Dee said…
Isn't Nutkin a fun pattern? I know I'll make more pairs even when the KAL is over.

Yours is in such a pretty mix of colors.

My sock is just past the heel turn and I'm still loving it!!! LOL

Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week and enjoy that fall weather!