Ah, September! It seems like something changes in September, doesn't it? I, like so many others, am looking forward to fall and all that it brings. Unfortunately, I am back on knitting restriction (and by extension, other craft restriction as well) due to my arm not being good right now. I had some really good, nearly entirely pain free, days this week which was very encouraging. So, I am focusing on reading and watching all the shows I keep meaning to watch.
Speaking of shows, this weekend I completely binged the first season of Broadchurch. It had been on my list for a while and I saw the first episode a few weeks ago, but then I watched several episodes yesterday and I am obsessed. Can't wait to watch the next 2 seasons.
4-ingredient golden milk mix. This will be such a perfect fall drink!
I'm loving the colors of these naturally dyed fabrics.
I have worn my linen jumpsuit so often this summer and I would love to have a non-sleeveless one for the cooler months. Etsy has some great ones, as usual. This search also led to looking up linen wrap dresses, and again, Etsy comes through!
Trucker beats smoking addiction with knitting. I love this! I wish crafts weren't so gendered.
Quilted journal covers. This might make for some cute birthday and/or Christmas gifts.
I'm so in love with these cloud looms.
In line with my injury, here are some knitting-specific stretches.
Sandalwood, cedarwood, cinnamon, and vetiver? Ok, I'm sold.
How good does this salsa look?!
I've never knit a hat before, but this one looks easy enough and is super cute. Maybe I'll get around to knitting one.
I am super inspired after seeing all these reading nooks.
I need to make some cute little threadcatchers like this! It would be a perfect way to use scraps.
This honeycrisp apple cocktail sounds soooooo good!
I made this korean bbq chickpea bowl for dinner earlier this week and it was very good.
I hope everyone has a fabulous weekend!