Watching the Harvest Moon rise
Last Thursday, September 27, me and my honey set out to watch the Harvest Moon rise over downtown Portland, OR. I wanted to take some pictures of this moon, but of course I had to forget my tripod…
While we strolled towards the overlook, hand in hand, giggling like two teenagers, we found this romantic spot:
And then we watched the moon rise… sigh… it was so incredibly beautiful, romantic and mysterious. It was as if the moon was on fire…
See how my choli almost disappears behind the black sari I am wearing? I simply love that… it is so subtle… I am utterly content with my little choli creation.
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Pattern: Lady Eleanor from the book Scarf Style
Yarn: Noro Silk Garden Colorway 258
Yardage: 10 balls used in totall
Needles: Addi Turbos #8
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More finished stuff!
Remember all those little squares I made? I finally seamed them all up into gloves:
Those are all from my fingerless glove Seattle pattern, knit up in all kinds of dk and light worsted weight yarn. All together I made 18 pairs…
What can I say… I am a compulsive knitter.