Our tomato plants are sagging under the weight of plump cherry tomatoes. It is such a joy to walk out to the garden and see so many of them just waiting to be picked and eaten right there on the spot.
And when I am not in the garden, I have a hook, shuttle or knitting needles in my hands.
As of late, it has been the needles that are occupying my time --- and trying to find something that is not too difficult, but something that grabs my attention.
And I found a pattern & just loved the way the stitch looked in the book.
The booklet is Variety is the Spice of Knitting & found while scrounging at the thrift store. It is missing some pages --- along with the cover --- but filled with over 100 patterns of super delightful knitted patterns.
And now that I actually finished this experiment of
"Wow! I wonder if I can even knit that?!"
it reminded me of the cherry tomatoes that seem to be taking over the garden.
A cherry tomato scarf.
Perfect for the approaching autumn season.