It is definitely starting to look like summer in San Francisco. For those of you not acquainted with Mark Twain’s famous adage, “the coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco,” let me tell you now just how true it is. Our typically mild winter was followed by a brief, hot spring and now proceeds to be cold, foggy, and somewhat dreary.
Looks like scarf weather, which probably explains why I always seem to make scarves in the spring, instead of the fall. Crazy, huh?
Some of the scarves now appearing in the KimonoMomo Etsy shop are old favorites, recently pulled from storage. Others are new, fresh from the sewing machine or off the bolt and fringed during contemplative hours spent staying warm with piles of silk on my lap.
More will be on the way, especially if this cold front continues!