I love the process of hand washing woolens. And, this morning my woolen mediations include the hope that this unbearable humidity breaks soon! And, yes I confess – I am longing for cool mornings that require a sweater!
Happy Tuesday everyone! Stay cool!
I am with you in the desire for more fall-like temperatures! I’m not ready for full-on cold just yet, but I would like some cool mornings at least, even if it does still get warm in the afternoon. We went to the pool yesterday, and it felt odd to be sweating profusely while dried leaves were blowing around.
A bit of crispness in the air and a few cool breezes are going to be wonderful when they (finally) arrive. Here’s hoping you have a good place for your lovely clean woolens to dry!
I love the process …… run cold water, pick my wool wash, soak, soak, soak and then smooth out the nice fresh socks.
That’s so pretty!
I’m crossing fingers that today the humidity blows away for the foreseeable future. Torrential rain all night long (for the second time in less than a week) didn’t help.
We get a few cool, “teasing” days every now and then. Refreshing breaks . . . before the next wave of oppressive humidity moves in! Soon, though. It’s got to break soon. (Don’t you think???) XO
I’m down with lower humidity but I’m not ready for cool mornings!
Oh its dripping with humidity here. A friend is taking us on their boat, yet again. Sigh l. Life’s great when your friends have boats!!!!! Im knitting with my alpaca because I cant stop touching it
I am hiding in my AC until the weather turns. It’s just awful out there. I love the smell of wool soaking and blocking 🙂
Soon…cooler weather shall arrive…someday! Keep the faith!
What a pretty image … and I love the thought of sweater weather!
I love the sweater but keep the cool mornings out of the mix for a bit!
Amen. We have high humidity, warmish temps, and buckets of rain. Your sweater looks pretty.
Our heatwaves disappeared a few weeks ago. It’s been cool mornings and fall like days! The trees in the mountains are changing and Orion is overhead. Autumn is closing in.