Last weekend it was Thanksgiving here in Canada, a new event on the calendar for us having moved from England last year.
I like the holiday and taking the time to be thankful but I’m really aware that we need to take time to be thankful on a daily basis. It’s so easy to fall into the habit of focusing on the negative and it can affect you more than you sometimes realise.
We were very lucky to be invited to not one but two Thanksgiving dinners this weekend and we are grateful to have met such lovely people since we moved here.
I took crochet gifts to both dinners. I like to take something homemade if I can and these were really easy to make.
I followed this pattern which also includes a helpful tutorial. I used different weight yarns but the same hook size to make the three different sized leaves. You can block the leaves but I like the curly edges. Both gift recipients added the leaves to their table decorations.
These leaves could also make a seasonal bunting or gift tags. I used acrylic yarn but you can use any fibre you want.
Autumn is my favourite season but I fear it will be a short one this year. There is already lots of snow falling here in BC! What’s your favourite season?