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BluSand Pattern by La Maison Rililie as seen on Ravelry. As you will see on Ravelry, this can be done in a couple of color ways. You also have the option of choosing two different yoke treatments: one, a combination yoke; two, a raglan version. Suggested yarn for this cardigan: Rowan Purelife Organic Cotton DK. Such a fresh take on a classic design. I like this, A LOT. (Note the contrast color on inside pocket!)

Original Source: Lamaisonrililie, Knitting Therapy Blog.

51a0012e161473e7d24751fc73d4a4e7How about this delicious looking Halloween punch! It’s almost time! I’m ready. Where I live, the mornings have been cool. Getting me in the mood.

Original Source: Honestly Yum, a yummy looking food blog written by creators of Honestly WTF. (Note: the recipe does call for a bottle of spice rum! Just saying . . .)

8f9ecc102f1c5c8842977e476285388aI do love me some art work! Coastal Walkway by Gail Kellett. I will let it speak for itself.

Original Source: Gailkellet Gallery Her medium: linocut printmaking. She hand draws her designs right on to the lino. You will be amazed at her outstanding offerings.

156b2a16b0f5e9cff11c6dbd4d20e8b5Ashburn Pattern by Melanie Berg. This was knit using garter and slip stitches in the Plucky Knitter Bello yarn. Love everything about this shawl, the unusual collection of colors, design, and its graceful appeal.

Original Source: Ravelry page and at Mairlynd.

fe35f2520ccd41eacfa6a333b970c9bcOh if I could have one of these right now! The photographic quality of this is speaking to me as well. Love the props that have been used in this pic.

Original Sources: (pin) SomewhatVintage and Kanelaylimon, a Spanish food blog with some awesome photos.

I hope you are all having an awesome and inspiring weekend!

xoxo Shannon