I'm trying to decide if I should add a blue or green to even out all the warm colors, but right now I'm happy with a traditionally fall color palette.
I've also picked out a pretty decent selection of projects to knit. I don't think I'll get through them all, but I tried to keep a similar style but have enough variety that I won't get bored.
3 in 1, Ease, Blackberry Cabled Cardigan. These 3 are on my definite to-do list. I've liked them for a long time, but for one reason or another I never cast on and knitted them.
Echo Lodge, Battersea Hall, Anchor Mine. I initially like Echo Lodge, but it comes in a set with several other patterns. I checked them out and I thought these two were really cute as well, so I'm adding them to my goals list.
Ice Shanty, Still Light Tunic. I wanted to make Ice Shanty at first, doesn't it look super comfy? But then I was thinking about it, that's going to be a big undertaking. It's basically a blanket size knit in sweater form. The Still Light Tunic seemes a similar concept, but less of an 'undertaking', so it's going on my list.
Head Turner Tunic, Thousand Tides Tunic, Sperry. These are my 'like 'em, but not love 'em' list. I think these are pretty, classic silhouettes, but I'm not particularly passionate about them. I think the Head Turner Tunic has a neat construction, and Sperry is the template I'm using to knit my sister's sweater, so I'll make that one at least once.
Tomorrow I am photographing a wedding, then driving from Columbus to Detroit for a long weekend of 4th of July celebrations and Brad's first few days at his new job. Then we're back in Columbus where one weekend bleeds into another as we move all our stuff up to Brad's parents garage for a few weeks before we're able to move into the new place. Suffice it to say, updating may be spotty for a while :)