Thursday, August 14, 2014

It's All Relative

We're having one of those days -- a day in the middle of summer when it feels more like late September, or maybe even October. It's 1:30 pm here, and the temperature outside has just risen to 16C (that's 60F). Plus it's grey, windy, and damp, so it feels considerably cooler. I've dragged out Harriet's Jacket,



and a pair of wool socks,


and I'm drinking a mug of steaming hot tea. Why does 16C feel balmy in April but freezing cold in August?
Some knitters have written to me on Ravelry asking for a KAL. So far, no consensus on which design. If you have a view, write to me on Ravelry, or here on the blog. It sounds like a fun idea...
P.S. Things could be worse. It's 14C and raining in Ottawa.

2 comments:

  1. Warm & muggy here in Vancouver, BC. The rain is falling gently, just enough to raise the humidity another 10%. Definitely NOT wool weather but you could sneak by with a lovely shawl over your shoulders as you sit under the overhang & drink tea at Starbucks. Not sure if it's lace knitting weather or spinning outdoors weather. But it sure is cherry eating time.

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  2. Zora KAL, please Elizabeth. Just cast on the first row and saw your post...thankyou

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