Speaking of that ooey, gooey substance, we've had our first warming spell of the year accompanied by rain which last night brought a radical change to our outside surroundings.
I took this shot a couple of minutes ago looking at the drive going back to our storage and wood working area. Up until this morning, the area has been covered with a solid pack of plowed snow for months. Oh, we'll see snow falling yet this month (and probably next month) but it won't last for long now.
I've continued to be a knitting fool. (What did you just call me?) Above is the start of a pair for my daughter. A rainbow of gorgeous sherbet colors!
This is the first greenish pair I've made for Papa Pea. Just finished turning the heel on this first sock.
I've made a start on a new spring green and yellow shower curtain I'd like to have done to hang when I take down the blue and white winter one.
This is the current "spring" curtain I made about 4-5 years ago. I've never liked it. (Although it doesn't look too bad in the picture, does it? And, dang, I put a lot of work into it.) I can't put my finger on why it doesn't appeal to me, guess it's just one of those things. I know the image of the new one on my design wall doesn't look great at this point, but it will get better. And I know it's going to be more to my liking than the old one. Trust me.
I promised einkorn pancakes with homemade blueberry syrup and/or locally produced maple syrup for our morning meal so I'd better sign off and get on with that.
Which reminds me, take a gander at this fantastic old cast iron griddle my dear husband found this winter on an on-line auction. He got it for a great price, cleaned it up and re-seasoned it. It fits nicely over two burners of my stove and enables me to make a whole bunch of pancakes at once. I love it!
All for now. Gotta go make those pancakes.