Hello October!

What better way to welcome you than sipping coffee in a park and a walk by the seaside with a friend?

Well, there are always the leaves to kick around.

Then there are scarves to knit.

Now that I actually think about it, I have quite the scarf factory going on here. Here is my collection of scarves I’ve made, with a new addition currently in the making!

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So that’s…. five in total.

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I may have gotten a tad carried away.

I cannot say for sure how this affinity for knitting materialized. I just know I enjoy passing my time with two needles in my hands and a nice bundle of soft and comforting yarn, and creating something out of it. In fact, it’s exciting how many different kinds of scarves you can create; anything your imagination conjures up! There is also a therapeutic quality to knitting, because at some point it just starts flowing smoothly and before you know it, a scarf is streaming from your hands. Someone please enlighten me why this is not a popular activity anymore? Kids these days…

Indeed, if anyone wants me, I’ll be knitting. And watching Doctor Who or Gene Kelly movies. This is what it comes to when I don’t have trains to catch or the world to travel.




4 thoughts on “October

  1. I absolutely love the scarfs!! 🙂
    I’m a starting fashion blogger, feel free to check out my blog 🙂


  2. I love knitting scarves during winter! My lovely friends bought me a crochet book so I have huge crochet blanket plans for this winter! The second is my ultimate fav! What kind of wool did you use? Jess


    1. Oh that sounds massively exciting!! Good luck on your blanket, I’d love to see the end result! That’s yarn I bought from Finland that I don’t remember the name of but the reason it looks interesting is because I knit it with my fingers. No needles! So it’s extremely thick yarn.
      xox Nelli


      1. Thanks! I hope it turns out well too! That’s incredible! How does that work I’ve never even heard of that! Jess


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