A Fall New England Weekend

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Knitting a little and enjoying the cooler weather.

Orange Pumpkin by Tamdoll Thinking of pumpkin decorations that I don’t have to carve or clean up after.

Here’s a little slideshow – only 6 pictures from the Goffstown Giant Pumpkin Regatta this year.  If you don’t have the flash player to see it, you can see them at my flickr site.

 


Created with flickr slideshow.

This week I’m looking to catch up on some online blog reading, organizing my workspace and keep working on fingerless mittens for sale locally. 

A luscious, soft clutch knit and whipped up in under an hour - made as a store sample.  The Trendsetter Orbit yarn worked up beautifully as a dense fabric on size 35 needles.

Evening Clutch by tamdoll 

That’s all I’ve got for now.

6 comments:

  1. Great photos :) Love the rainbow shot!
    I like pumpkins that don't have to be carved either :)

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  2. I have no idea pumpkins could be that big. Wonder what pumpkin carving is like. In Singapore, pumpkins are usually cut up and sold in pieces. If you want a whole pumpkin, they sell small ones. I bought one once and it took me a long time to cut it open!

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  3. Dearest sweet tammy, happy fall!! I love your gorgeous pumpkin! Sooo adorable! Have a lovely merry happy weekend and love to you!

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  4. Those are some BIG pumpkins! How did they ever get them on the skids in the first place?! Your purse is lovely, by the way.

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  5. LOVE that soft knit clutch. And what's Captain America doing in the water?? The regatta looks like a terrific event.

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  6. great knitted items!
    Those are some crazy "pumpkins!"

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