Monday, September 10, 2007

Fall into Autumn - Topic of the Week

The ladies hosting the Fall Dishcloth Exchange think it's a good idea for us to write weekly in our blog. To get us to do that, they'll be posting a topic of the week for us to answer. This way, we post every week AND we get entered into a drawing if we post. Now that I think about it, I'd love to hear everyone else's answers too. Leave a comment please. :-)

This is this weeks topic:

(Q) Now that in some geographic locations the weather is starting to turn cooler, do you change the type of yarn(s) you knit/crochet with? If so, what do you now knit/crochet with instead and why? If not, why do you not switch and what do you knit/crochet with?

(A) I don't think I ever change the type of yarn I knit with but I don't like making afghans during the summer, so I save those for winter. I tend to run cold so I like when the afghan starts to cover up my lap and keeps me warm.


hopalong682003 said...

I don't change yarns, but I do change the types of projects that I'm working on. For example, I'll work on lace in the summer and an afghan in the fall. Although, I did lose my mind and started work on a heavy blanket when it was +100 degrees. I think that it made me think of cooler weather. :-)

Dr. Purl said...

I am the same as you, I change projects but not yarns.

Miss Me said...

how cold does it get in southern california? just curious... it was 0 celcius this morning (32 farenheit) this morning here in central new brunswick! i'll be breaking out the gloves soon.