Wow....where did October go?!?
It sure was a whirlwind for my family. Between releasing my Knitter's Apothecary Collection for the Malabrigo Freelance Pattern Project at the beginning of the month, taking the family on a 2600 mile road trip across 11 states in 10 days, celebrating my daughter's 7th birthday along the way, and attending my sister's wedding in Savannah, it was crazy.
We had the most amazing trip, with so many fun experiences. The wedding was perfect, just lovely. I can hardly believe I'm talking about it all in the past tense already. We are so pleased to welcome Ryan into our family, officially, as he has been an integral part for some time already. Meeting his family was really fantastic too. It was our first trip to the South, and I have to say, that Southern hospitality you hear about rings completely true. Such nice people.
Here is one of my favorite pics of the day (courtesy of my talented hubby), just up the road from where they got married. The most amazing tree. Ever.
I don't have access to all of the other wedding photos yet to share, but I will share a few from our trip, so you can see why I don't have as much knitting news to share.
Don't worry though, I've got some things in the works and there's lots going on behind the scenes, so it won't be long!
So, as you can see from the gallery, we had a blast. Maybe I will share some more wedding photos when I get them too.
I know I said "nothing about knitting," but if you look closely, there are a few hand knits in the gallery that hint at a future design. (I may have worked my fingers to the bone furiously to finish one of them up so it could be photographed in Savannah. May have.)
I should be back later this week with the release of Covington, which would be a great time to share a few more wedding pics, wink, wink.