This is our first truly autumnal night/day of the season, and I'm exploiting it by doing long, slow rises for ciabatta. (In fact, the house is so cool, I had to put the dough in a very slightly pre-heated oven to kick-start the yeast! There are slow rises, and then there are interminable rises ...) I've also been reading the new King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking cookbook, which has a wonderful array of recipes. It has given me lots of ideas for the upcoming bake-to-heat-the-house season.
I have been knitting, but I can't show pictures. Schaefer Yarn has introduced several new yarns, and I've worked up a design that is so very much not my taste (think 20-something Knitty-esque) in one of them. But it looks good, for something that isn't what I'd consider functional, and shows off the yarn nicely.
101 Designer One-Skein Wonders comes out on October 30. I'm hoping for no printing errors in my pattern this time!