I've missed Jennifer's last few winter project link parties so I'm very happy to be able to post in the last one for this season. I hope she might host another for the coming winter but that seems so distant at this point in the year. The blanket isn't as far a long as I had hoped. I removed two rows to get my stitch count correct and then there were those evenings I didn't pick it up at all. I do enjoy working on this blanket. It will be for my son when it is finished. He helps me select the colors and it's nice to see stash yarn being used. Who knows maybe I will finish it before our next winter arrives. It's been so warm I wonder what winter 2017 will be like?
As I use up stash yarn I've been winding yarn balls. I already have thoughts of making a granny scrap blanket.
I've been putting the tiny scraps in an old terrarium jar. Terrariums always look so pretty but I don't have much luck keeping one thriving. I think the yarn will do better than the plants, plus the lidded jar keeps it away from kitty paws.
I drive a rural route to work. Usually I don't meet too many cars on my commute. This allows me to drive at a slow pace and see what wildlife I can spot. Coming home Monday afternoon I spotted this owl. I was able to pull over and get as good of a picture as my iPhone would allow.
I haven't been posting as many comments to other's blogs recently, my apologies. A traveling husband, clutter clearing, and spring soccer practice (the kids not me) have been keeping me busy and tired. I have been visiting all my favorite blogs. I think we have finally found a bit of a rhythm and hopefully things will slow down.
Thank you for stopping by for a visit, Lisa