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Ottobre / October

E' iniziato uno dei miei mesi preferiti dell'anno.
Le giornate si stanno visibilmente accorciando, le temperature scendono, le nebbie sottili abbracciano gli alberi e le loro foglie si colorano e volano accompagnate dai venti dell'autunno.
Per inaugurare al meglio questa bellissima stagione mi sono regalata uno scialle nelle sfumature che tra poco assumeranno le fronde intorno a me. Si tratta di un enorme granny triangle dotato di frange, morbidissimo e avvolgente.

One of my favourite months of the year has just begun.
The days are getting visibly shorter, temperatures lower, thin mists embrace the trees and the leaves get all coloured and fly away with the winds of Autumn.
To start this lovely season in the best way possible I crocheted myself this shawl, its shades being those of the foliage that will soon surround me. This shawl is in fact an enormous granny triangle with fringes, very soft and embracing.

 
Sarà perché amo i grannies in tutte le loro forme, sarà perché adoro l'autunno, fatto sta che non ho fatto in tempo a finirlo che già lo indossavo!
 
Maybe it's because I love all types of grannies, maybe it's because I adore Autumn, I had barely finished it and I was alreay wearing it! 
 
Vi lascio con questa prima opera autunnale e un caro saluto a tutte voi che mi leggete e commentate: domenica partirò per una vacanza lunghetta, quindi per un paio di settimane non passerò a trovarvi. 
 
Vi auguro un fantastico Ottobre, pieno di misteri da scorgere tra le nebbie... 
 
I'm leaving you with this first Autumnal item and a goodbye, my dear readers: I'm leaving Sunday for a pretty long holiday, so for a couple of weeks I won't visit your blogs.
 
I wish you all a lovely October, full of glimpses of mystery between the mists...
 
Per chi fosse interessato al prodotto: questo scialle l'ho realizzato per me, ma su richiesta è possibile averne uno del colore e della misura che preferite! Potete contattarmi tramite il blog o visitare il mio shop! ; )
 
For those who may be interested: I made this shawl for myself, but I can make others by request, so you can choose the colours and size you like best! You can contact me through my blog, or you can visit my shop! ; )

Comments

  1. Intanto buona vacanza!Lo scialle ha un colore bellissimo,proprio come quello delle foglie d'autunno.Bello bello,emana energia positiva!A presto!

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  2. OOOh your granny shawl is soooo beautiful!
    Such glorious autumnal colours - a soft and snuggly reminder of an awesome season!
    Hope you have a fabulous holiday
    Ali x

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  3. Bellissimo!!!
    Lo porti in vacanza con te?
    Paola

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  4. Beautiful shawl!!
    Happy holidays,enjoy!:*

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  5. E' davvero splendido , come le foglie d'autunno dei tuoi amati boschi !
    Buon viaggio e a presto
    Maddy

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  6. Lovely shawl ! Enjoy your holidays !
    Kisses
    Anna

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  7. Molto bello e il colore caldo è giusto per la stagione . ....Buona vacanza .....

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  8. Hi beautiful, one of my favourite colours right now very autumnal x

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  9. Your shawl is beautiful and is in one of my favourite colours. Very autumnal.
    Jacqui x

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  10. Meraviglioso il tuo scialle mi piace tantissimo il colore autunnale che hai scelto...Buona vacanza un grosso bacione!!

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  11. Beautiful shawl.. indeed a great project to welcome this lovely season... have a great holiday!

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  12. È veramente stupendo!! Anch'io li adoro ne ho diversi ❤è venuto benissimo!!

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  13. Oh wow, how could I miss that!! Your shawl is wonderful, Melatia, such a warm and autumnal color and a super snugly size, perfect :-). I hope you had great holidays, looking forward to reading you again soon! Nata xxx

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