Saturday, 16 September 2017



I had just enough chunky yarn to make it go two rounds. And, sewed the ends together to make an infinity scarf. Pattern is from Crochet by Margaret Hubert.  I don't want to think about the snow yet though.



beginning of another small kantha piece.




adding few rows a day to other crochet project as well.





Urban vegetables gardens spotted during my weekend walks;
 


my indoor pumpkin creeper too had two more blossoms (few days apart). I don't think there ever will be a pumpkin though :) I am just pleased to admire the pretty blossoms.


beautiful September sun;

Thank you for stopping by today,

till next post,
Gaia



4 comments:

  1. garden is looking so colourful. Crochet projects so good infinity scarf will be so useful come the winter and your embroidery is a lovely hand stitched project

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  2. Your crochet infinity scarf is so pretty! Enjoy the last week of summer!

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  3. What a pretty scarf to keep you warm...in the distant future, I hope. It's really beginning to cool off here, and it rained today. We do need that for the forest fires. Your pumpkin vine is so pretty.

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  4. Really admiring those colours in the afghan! And the infinity scarf is so pretty too. Hasn't this September weather been amazing? Hopefully we won't be thrown hard into cold weather. I hope things cool down gently for us. I've been seeing a few pumpkins (or maybe they were squash) getting big out in the fields.
    Wendy

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