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Happy Wednesday! Did you feel how the seasons clicked in your part of the world? I find myself snuggled in cozy sweaters much longer in the mornings… There is also something in the air that makes me stay in more often, knitting, reading and watching movies. Yesterday I was going through my little treasures from my trip and couldn’t help but smile…

I brought a small collection of post cards from St. Petersburg by one very talented artist, T. Yumadilov, with St. Petersburg famous spots in different seasons. I love them so much! I think they put you in perfect Petersburg’s mood – tender and slightly melancholic… It’s so nice to look at them and remember walking along these streets…

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Another treasure from my home country is the poems collection by Pushkin and Lermontov. I remember these books as far as I remember myself – my Granny got them in 1974! And it was not easy to buy books at that time. It is like my family’s heirloom! Β It is so nice to get back toΒ “Eugene Onegin” and see all my little notes made during my school years…

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Lovely Egyptian cotton bought in a LYS during my trip is calling my name and tempting me to cast it on. Sigh, I don’t have time for it yet, but it will definitely be put into use soon – I just can’t get over its color!

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I hope you are having a lovely week and simple little things bring you lots of joy! Stay cozy!

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28 Comments

  1. gorgeous photos! And that yarn color . . . just what I wanted to start my day πŸ™‚

  2. my little treasures collected will often ‘colour’ my moods, too……love your new colors, collections, and shared memories. and as always…they are styled so beautifully!

  3. That blue! And those post cards. What a lovely way to enter the fall.

  4. harknessangels

    Such a lovely color and those postcards are amazing!

  5. I just realized you must speak at least three languages absolutely amazing. Beautiful yarn and imagery as always.

  6. Those postcards are gorgeous! I collect postcards and those had me drooling. πŸ˜‰ I can’t wait to see what you turn your beautiful blue yarn into!

  7. Precious postcards, show a very bucolic image of the streets of the city … and if they are made by an artist, he must be a genius.
    In story straight, that blue is just wonderful; I’m looking forward to seeing what you plan for it.

  8. lovely blue yarn! I just started a new project and I’m thrilled to be back to wool after knitting with 100% cotton πŸ™‚ Lovely reminders of your trip home!!

  9. Is there anything better than getting inspiration from the treasures we pick up on our travels? Such stunning photos!

  10. I love all the photos! And that blue yarn is absolutely gorgeous.

    • Thank you so much, Christine! Oh, this blue is tormenting me!!! I love it so much and want to knit something with it so badly, but sadly I don’t have any time for it yet πŸ™

  11. These pictures capture that change in season so wonderfully. Those postcards are beautiful, you can really sense the atmosphere it’s trying to convey.

  12. As always, wonderful pictures, Alina. And you now have me hungry for a trip to somewhere I’ve never been before. Your new yarn is gorgeous. I could get lost in that lovely shade of blue for a very long time. πŸ™‚

  13. I love everything about this post. You must have had a wonderful visit, I can definitely feel the love! And that yarn … the color is divine! I hope your season remains wonderful and cozy.

  14. So much wonderful inspiration! I can’t wait to see what you come up with in response!

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