My Toulouse Pullover (by Leah B. Thibault) are only missing the arms now and then it is finished. So looking forward to start wearing it! Days are getting a bit colder now but almost every day the sun is still visiting and while it is it's too warm to wear wool. But early mornings and late evenings are perfect for cocooning...*smiling. I have used De Rerum Natura's Gilliatt for this pullover (in color 46/Aster) what a LOVELY yarn! I would definitely want to knit more with it in the future.
Since the days have started to get slightly shorter i have been thinking about what i plan to fill some of the coming darker (and colder) evenings with
.....baking (and eating) various apple cakes (actually i want to spend more time on baking in general, it's definitely a field where i have a lot to learn), cocoon myself in woolen clothes, reading novels and magazines, listening to audiobooks and good music, burning scented candles, DIY home spa, dates with my husband, doing tons of knitting, enjoy the sight, sound and warmth from the wooden stove, drinking tea and hot chocolate, friendstime, painting my nails more often and also having a bouquet of fresh flowers on the table more often- both to add some colors to the darker and more "colorless" season, writing letters, watching movies, making spicy and warming soups.
And what about you?..*smiling...