Autumn pullovers appear in the interesting castle nooks . . .
We met in Calistoga at the roastery for coffee while talking about things going on in our lives, and lucky for us it was an absolutely beautiful sunny winter day, so we hopped over to the castle to take our long waited for photo shoot, which went beyond Autumn into winter . . .
We got loads of photos against the stone,
and they modeled their Hillwalker Pullovers
sampled with Icelandic flare this year.
Just beautiful! The two of them continue to captivate my interest in designing, and honestly, it is ultimately for the three of us to have something together that grows and improves over time, with dedication and encouragement interwoven. I feel so lucky to have these young women in my life.
After the photo shoot we went into the town of St Helena and enjoyed our traditional lunch at Villa Corona, and then parted ways. Every minute delightful, the few hours spent together was for me the absolute cherry on top of the whole holiday!
( All posts Autumn sweaters 2019 here. )
For those of you who have been following my nieces here, in their Autumn Sweaters over the last decade, I’ll have you know that my eldest niece will be twenty years old tomorrow, and these are the tenth (pair of) Autumn sweaters that I have knit for them. They having begun their sweater-camera modeling when I first began my blog with the first Autumn Sweaters of 2010, a similar yoke style which I repeated this year . . .
This post has really brought on the holiday spirit of celebration for me; about craft and nurturing relationships. Having a lovely time and I’m so glad to share with you!
((Please click first image in mosaic and see the whole photo shoot!))