Hi friends, and happy Friday! Lots of favorites to share with you today, so let’s dive in, shall well!?
- These faublous colorwork socks. I love the bold, graphic houndstooth pattern. I can imagine wearing them with my favorite brogues.
- And have you seen these delicate cabled slippers? So pretty that I think I might worry about wearing them around the house and messing them up!
- And, for your top end: how about this Homebrew Hat? I may have impulse bought a skein of yarn for this the other day … oops!
- With cooler temperatures in Philadelphia to stay (I think!), I’ve been eyeing the new Glacier Park Cowl. I’d love to get my hands on some Woolfolk yarn.
- I’ve talked about my love (and, ahem, rather large collection) of knitting bags before. This one strikes pretty close to home ….
- A Playful Day’s interview with Jess and Casey, the founders of Ravelry, was so interesting and inspiring. I joined Ravelry pretty early, and it made me think a lot about that time — I even remember when Jess and Casey first announced they were going to be hiring someone. I was about a year off from finishing college, and was so upset that I couldn’t apply! Anyway, I really enjoyed hearing Jess and Casey talk about how they came up with the idea for Ravelry and how and when they decided to turn it into a reality. I love Ravelry, and this just deepened by appreciation of the wonderful community that makes it! Definitely give it a listen if you haven’t already!
- And for 51 seconds of pure sheepy silliness, check out this amazing video that Mr. N found and sent to me yesterday!
- How pretty is this apple cake?
- I love this idea for a fall salad!
- Samosas at home — I loooove a good samosa. We tried to make them once ourselves without much success. Maybe I’ll crack it with this recipe!
- After seeing Stefanie’s post over at Wooly Cakes and Wooden Spoons about these cookies (you might have to scroll down a bit to get to the recipe), I decided to make a batch last night! Mr. N loves cherries and arrives today (!!!), so I’ve got these ready and waiting. (I may have have tested them for poison last night – they were delicious!) I love a good oatmeal cookie – and the addition of cardamom is so good. I followed Stefanie’s lead and added chocolate chips and walnuts to mine!
- I live for soup season. I try to make my own veg stock with leftover peelings, etc., but I don’t always get to it. So I was really excited to see this recipe to make your own bouillon mix!
- And combining my love of food and history, check out this fascinating article on the history of election cakes!
What’s caught your eye this week?
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