This got on the table at my house somehow this week. It might have something to do with that amazing "Maui Sunset" yarn Ann brought me from Hawaii.
Or it could be that Joan Clark sent me a link to a knitted pumpkin.
It is also possible that since I had to sign up for the next session of knitting classes, I stopped into the Yarn Barn in downtown Lawrence.
If you tell me you could have walked by this amazing Malabrigo yarn that is just dying to be made into pumpkins I will know you are telling an untruth.
Fingerless mitts, pumpkins, acorns, fall leaves, more pumpkins, and who knows what else. That is what this pile is destined for.