Wednesday, December 6, 2006

Autumn Colors

With the warmer temps, more mushrooms are pushing their way into the daylight, just as colorful as flowers.
Russulas range from pink to burgundy and mahogany.
Witches' butter bubbles out from dead oaks and firs.

A few weeks ago the oaks and maples were at their brightest. And here's some fair isle knitting to match(with old Die Tolle Woolle) in teal, gold, burgundy, leafy green, blue.

3 comments:

Emilee said...

I LOVE the leaf-patterned fair isle. Did you find the chart somewhere, or did you make it up?

wyldthang said...
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wyldthang said...

HI! Yes, I did make it up. I used the light/dark leaf pattern for a child's sweater that was in a magazine about 10 years ago. It had fir and lime leaf colors on the body, and colorful applique tree frogs all over. Thanks for stopping by!!

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