Friday, October 16, 2009

Falling Into Fall

Hope this finds you in fine form, and enjoying a few leaves crunching under your feet.

Even though it seems unlikely in Southern California, we do have Fall. Like everywhere else, our days get shorter, and the nights get cooler. We enjoy lovely "Indian Summer" weather, which makes visitors ooh and ahh for days after arriving in our coastal town. It's the nicest time of the year here, and we love it very much.

Fresh for fall, a few Falling Leaves for you to enjoy in the form of scarves and wrist warmers, all made from refashioned felted wool, and adorned with lovely needle felted falling leaves.

Happy Fall :o)

3 comments:

Arlenesfelt said...

Val, so interesting that you showed wrist warmers on your blog. I've been working on some for upcoming sales and gifts for my Alaska pals. Yours are lovely.

Valerie said...

Oh, I'd love to see what you come up with, Arlene! Ever since Marcia got us hooked on the Mrs. Beeton's, I have gone crazy over wrist warmers. I can't possibly knit those Mrs. B's, they are too much work... so I'm always looking for another way to work them out. I'm so glad you like them. :o)

sandra Lee said...

Val those are absolutely beautiful...my favorite color and the leaves...ahhh!