Changing Light


This is my absolute favorite time of the year. Fall is probably my favorite season and that transition period between summer (my least favorite season! SO HOT!) and fall just puts a permanent smile on my face (and a little spring in my step!). My first hint that fall is coming is the changing light. Have you noticed that? The shadows get longer. The color of the mornings and evenings is different. It’s hard to explain how it’s different but I notice it. And it gets me very very excited! Of course, the Mississippi heat has not relented yet but I know that’s coming soon because the light is changing!

This time of year I start thinking about weekends watching football, chilis and stews simmering on the stove, pumpkin in everything. Concerts in the park, open windows, chilly mornings. And of course knitting. It’s the start of knitting season! My hands start itching for a new, warmer project. Maybe a sweater. Maybe a blanket. It’s like unwrapping a gift! Ahh… fall… I’m glad you’re (almost) here.

This fall will be extra special because I have a new pattern coming out in early October. It’s the perfect shawl for this transition to colder days. Like a warm blanket to wrap yourself up in as you head out the door (but it’s not a blanket, it’s a shawl! So you won’t look like a homeless person!). It’s currently in the hands of my trusty test-knitters and I can’t wait for its debut. And it’s a fairly quick and simple knit. A good project for those evenings spent curled up on the couch watching TV. No concentration required.

I hope you’re as excited about the change in seasons as I am. Look for the changing light!


0 comments on Changing Light

  1. Catherine Kanak
    September 11, 2013 at 7:05 pm (2 years ago)

    Can’t wait, but can you give us a clue if it is rectangle, square, oblong or triangle in shape?

    And I agree, I love fall as it actually has many seasons in its own time slot.

    Anticipating October!!!

    Sent from my iPad

    • allison
      September 11, 2013 at 7:10 pm (2 years ago)

      It’s crescent shaped! With a nice long wingspan! :)


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