September is such a short month. I have been busy making apple sauce, 91 jars in all. That ought to be enough for the year, anyway I can't squeeze any more jars on the cellar shelves.
In the evenings - the days are getting shorter every week - I have knitted the last squares for this little blanket and crocheted them together.
Then I have knitted a secret gift which is also my first Craft Olympics project. I'm sorry I can't show more!
I made new curtains for one of the new windows we had installed this Summer.
The trees have started to change their colour, some birches have even dropped their leaves already.
Our garden must look a bit like a witch's garden with so many poisonous toadstools
and berries. Lily of the valley - Convállaria majális - is also poisonous.
The open college sewing group I have attended for many years already was too small to start this Autumn, only three of us wanted to join. We decided to have our own group without any fee, and tomorrow will be our second meeting at Mr. K's conference room. It is a "bring your own sewing machine" night, but I think I will bring my own light box and start preparing for my next Craft Olympics thimble.