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Falling for Fall
New Model
For my October creation (!) I needed a new model. My husband's done it once (in Chile)Now it's the time .... again.
I made a warm winter scarf, and 'who's going to wear it?' is still being decided. The weather, even at the end of October in Toronto, is not right for this kind of scarf, but in knitting you've got to plan ahead!! :-) So, he's Andrey sweating in alpaca.... 
Click on image to see Andrey modeling made by local knitters in Atacama Desert alpaca hat
This beautiful yarn was bought in Nova Scotia, Halifax - in The Loop - modern fiber craft shop.
I bought 3 skeins of 3 colors.
The yarn is called Alpaca 33 :-)

Click on image to see the newsletter about The Loop
Skeins become balls.
It's 100% Superfine Alpaca.
Made in Peru for Estelle Yarns.
The yarn is thick, fluffy and soft

There's approx. 33 meters to 100 grams.
Click on image to see the newsletter about another type of Alpaca yarn
Fabulous Fibers
There are so many beautiful fibers for cool temperatures: mohair is one of them
for sure - comforting, soft
and warm.
Click on image to see fall mohair knits
Fall Colors
Every time October gives a party, we are happy to attend the colorful leaves ball ... and we are falling for fall again. Happy falling... :-)
October gave a party;
The leaves by hundreds came -
The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples,
And leaves of every name.
The Sunshine spread a carpet,
And everything was grand,
Miss Weather led the dancing,
Professor Wind the band.
~George Cooper, "October's Party"
Click on image to see knitted leaves in my first October Newsletter

Artisaknity  •  33 Harbour Sq.  •  Toronto, ON M5J2G2

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