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Let’s Twist Again

First of all, let me say that I’m sorry for the recent blog issues. I am very frustrated by the current situation and am working on a permanent solution. In the meantime please know that I post Mon-Fri morning and if there isn’t a post when there should be it’s because the server is being bitchy. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to email me comments and questions – I really appreciate that extra effort! Okay, back to regular blogging.

As much as I love summer I can’t deny the feeling of fall that has been in the air lately. And with that feeling comes a renewed focus on being organized and prepared. I’ve started planning meals again and have been cooking things like chicken-and-rice and American Chop Suey rather than things on the grill. I’ve taken Hannah back to school shopping (she started her junior year today – eeek!) and I’ve actually had to close the windows some nights.


Fall is definitely coming and that means I need to finish Twist. This sweater has been on the needles since April and my intention has always been to have it finished when the weather turned cool. I had the back and one front of the cardigan mostly done when I set it aside because it was too hot around here to have that thing in my lap but I picked it up last Saturday and I’ve been making steady progress ever since. As of last night the back and both fronts are finished and I’ve started a sleeve – woot! The end is in sight!


Of course you know that just about the time it’s finished Indian Summer will hit New England. Honestly, though, I’m okay with that!

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  1. Your sweater will be lovely and you’ll have many opportunities to wear it I’m sure. Hasn’t there been a chill the last couple of nights. It even smelled a bit like fall last night.

  2. Twist is looking great! It’s even felt cooler down here (mostly due to Fay). I keep reminding myself that it will be hot again soon.

  3. I know what you mean about that feeling in the air. There have been a few mornings when I was tempted to grab a sweater which is just plain weird in August here. Our humidity has apparently gone missing – not that I mind.

  4. Oh, wonderful pattern! I’m glad you mentioned the blog issues, because yesterday I couldn’t even get in to see your cute socks or comment and I thought it was me. Hope things clear up soon!!

  5. Oooh, I love that pattern and I can’t wait to see yours! I’ll have to go on Ravelry to see what yarn you’re using cause I like it!

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