Ithaca, Part 2

Posted on | September 25, 2009 | 5 Comments

I finally finished writing up the pattern I posted about working on the other day and as a little reward/break for myself before beginning the next pattern (which should be much easier to write I hope!), I’ll post a few pictures of the remainder of my trip last weekend to Ithaca.
Any trip to Ithaca isn’t quite complete without a lunchtime visit to the Farmer’s Market, which is located by the water and occurs 3 times a week during the season. There’s yummy food, arts and crafts, and of course fruits and vegetables. Also represented are local winemakers, cheese artisans, florists, etc. I usually leave with a fresh supply of stationery, a satisfied belly, and a cup of Gimme Coffee.
Okay, it’s back to work for me!


5 Responses to “Ithaca, Part 2”

  1. Laura
    September 25th, 2009 @ 8:06 pm

    Gimme is the best part of any visit to Ithaca (or T-Burg)! Great IFM pics!

  2. juniperjune
    September 26th, 2009 @ 2:07 pm

    love the farmer’s market! we’ve got a weekly market where i live now in california, which has great produce but the crafts are not nearly as interesting as ithaca’s.

  3. Sarah
    September 27th, 2009 @ 4:13 am

    I love Ithaca! Especially in the fall. I went to college near there and love visiting all the wineries!

  4. carrie
    September 28th, 2009 @ 9:12 am

    i love farmer’s markets. that looks like a great one.

  5. Connie Sharrett
    September 28th, 2009 @ 10:33 pm

    I have a question about the Autumn Vines Cardigan. I have cast on and knit the 2 1/2 inch border but am confused about the next row. It says to work Row 1 of the cable chart until the last 24 st, which I understand. however on row 2, it says to cont. in pattern. Do I NOT do cables in those 24 stitches? The photo in the magazine looks like it is not cabled on the edge. I am new at reading charts and want to be sure that I am doing this correctly. I would appreciate your reply. thanks so much,
    Also, is this sweater really big? I had to drop down to a size 5 and 6 to get gauge, using Spud and Chloe yarn. i think the pattern is really beautiful!

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