Another snow day has crippled the city...
I think my friends in Canada are laughing at us down here in Tey-has.
Since I won't be going down my driveway anytime soon, I'll show you what I am going to work on today.
First, we have the lacy top that I wanted to finish by the end of last month. Since I left for our trip without extra skeins of yarn in which to complete the project, it isn't quite finished...but close.
Oh, so close:
I've started a wash cloth out of the 100% linen Louet Euroflax Sport Weight. I am using a feather and fan pattern from the book Knitter's Stash. There are seven other patterns in the book, and I will have to decide which others to use:
Finally, the scrap blanky in its current state:
On days like today, having lots of yarn around is a good thing.
Oh...and one more thing. While I think it's a catchy tune, and Aggieland was represented, I have a little bone to pick with Jack Ingram. He didn't mention The Jewel of the Gulf, (aka my island hometown...la isla bonita...The G) in his little ditty.
Get a rope!