I have alluded to a strange disorder that I have in previous posts. I like to call it Seasonal Art and Design Disorder or SAADD. Whenever the seasons change I feel the need to change everything that is not nailed down to correspond with the season. Every year, I make more and more "seasonally" appropriate items to add to the change in design. It's starting to get a little crazy. Friends might have an issue with the word "starting". Now, it seems there may be seasons within seasons. For instance, Autumn has Halloween art and decor and Thanksgiving art and decor. Likewise with winter, Christmas, and the long stretch of grey that makes up the rest of the season. There's art and decor to complement both. Now, if I start decorating for mud season, you have my permission to have a SAADD intervention. That's a reality show on the DIY network isn't it?
I'm a little late, but today the house finally feels like Autumn.
Goodbye summer decor.
Did I mention A3 and I have made fabric napkins for each season?
Around the light fixture, above the table. Looks like a spider snuck back from an afternoon of crafts at a friends' creamery and farm.
I'm also working on an angler fish for a deep sea creature enthusiast from Amigurmi Knits. She seems to be seasonally appropriate too.
I'm hoping to have some free, easy, Halloween inspired knitting patterns up on the blog some time this week.
Happy slightly belated Autumn everyone!