But its not as serious as it may sound.
I've simply decided I'm no longer going to attempt to work to a seasonal schedule, producing knitwear for spring, summer, winter, and fall as the seasons change. Since this is a small business producing "slow made" hand-knit one-of-a-kind products, some taking 2 or more weeks to create, it is simply not possible to produce a seasonal line when working at this scale. This means that items befitting any season of the year can be found in my shop, which is a good thing for customers in the opposite hemisphere.
So you may now be seeing alpaca pullovers coming online in spring, as recently occurred, or summer linen made available in winter. Whatever comes off the needles next is what will be offered next. This works for me because I can be working on whatever I'm inspired by at the moment, and I hope it works for everyone else as well.
Connie is a knitter and gardener in love with life on a small ranch in rural Mexico.