Watching the seasons change is always exciting, where nature takes on a whole new colour palette. Leaves glisten in hues of citrine, ruby and
bronze, reminding me of stippled brush strokes on a canvas. The autumnal sunshine shone through, casting a golden shine everywhere we looked.
I couldn't help have Nat King Cole's 'Autumn Leaves' play in my mind as we meandered through the wooded landscape. This time of year is perfect
for long strolls, where pockets of colours can be found in different areas.
Taking a moment to sit in the sunshine, the copper tones glistened across the crinkled leaves. It was the perfect time to turn a new leaf, letting the
paintbrush sway across the page. The shimmering detail inspired the windswept threadess.
There's such a joy that comes with reconnecting to the simple pleasures of life. Babbling brooks, crunchy leaves and hardy oak trees line further
trails to explore. The weather is perfect for autumnal layering, combining delicate chiffons with sturdier knits. The design of this vintage cardigan
beautifully accompanies the patterns found in nature.
Windswept moments. Music - Autumn Leaves ~ Nat King Cole
Wrapped up in warm knits at this time of the year feels like being cocooned in a travelling blanket! Little furnishings make a garment that extra
special, where these gold buttons remind me of entwined thread. I'm looking forward to delving into the bead trove, inspired by the autumn leaves.