Comfort Food

It’s been a while since I posted about Autumn’s End.
It’s still going- and I’m pretty far into the body now

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It’s a nice lace pattern, and from time to time I get in a groove with it, but the rows are long, and the yarn is fine. So progress seems very slow.

That photo above is maybe 3 weeks work.
Yeah, I’m not making very good time.

So I was kind of feeling the need for something quick and satisfying. Something like this

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Rainy night dinner of oatmeal with cranberries, banana, pecans, milk and brown sugar.

Something soft and warm, hearty and restorative.

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Mmmmm. That’s Edgar 2011, Chone 2012, and Felix/Frank 2016.
Singles, chained into an unspun three-ply as I was knitting it.

“Shades of the Flock” chunky cowl. A quick knit on size 13 needles.

Still a little damp from it’s bath, but I might have to take the hairdryer to it so I can enjoy its sweet soft fuzziness without delay.

The wool equivalent of comfort food.

2 Comments

  1. Jody Nickson

    Denise my comfort food is homemade oatmeal with MacIntosh apples (Ontario grown of course), walnuts, cinnamon and lots of freshly ground nutmeg. Mmmmmmmm…oatmeal :-))

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